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UNEP’s 5th Emissions Gap Report: Approaching COP20 in Lima – A Global Emissions Gap Analysis

. Approaching COP20 in Lima A Global Emissions Gap Analysis. Brussels Launch of UNEP’s 5th Emissions Gap Report  . UNEP’s Emissions Gap Report informs governments and the wider community on how far the response to climate change has progressed over the past 12 months, and thus how far the world is currently positioned to meet […]

HRVATSKA – Prikupljanje podataka o potrošnji energije na lokalnom nivou

7 October 2015 . Webinar recording PowerPoint file . Speakers: Miljenko Kovačević – City of Zagreb Vesna Kolega – REGEA – Regional energy agency of North-West Croatia Daniel Rodik – DOOR . . .

InfoDay on 2015 Horizon 2020 Climate Action calls for proposals

InfoDay on 2015 calls for H2020: Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials, 17 Nov.   Place and date: Rue Froissart 36, Brussels – 17 November 2014 . Registration & Programme . The Information Day on 2015 Calls – HORIZON 2020, SC5: Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials will give important information […]

New interactive maps show Thermal resources available in regions

The EU-funded STRATEGO project recently published the Pan-European Thermal Atlas (PETA), an interactive map that shows data on the thermal resources available in any region as well as EU-wide thermal demand. PETA maps heat and cooling demand, the local density of both demands, available waste heat resources and the potential for renewable energy sources.