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Sustainable Technology Events: Sustainable Energy Growth In Europe
Europe is leading by example when it comes to using cleaner energy sources. For the first time since the invention of solar power generation, it is using more than nuclear energy. This is due in part to Europe’s commitment to inform citizens about better power options.
Around three percent or more of the energy used in Europe comes from a renewable source. Those who are serious about renewable energy in Europe are doing what they can to raise awareness. Listed here are some of the biggest events focusing on environmentally friendly energy:
Fifth International I-SUP Conference
Some of the most knowledgeable experts are gathering to talk about the modern day energy market. Important key points they’ll discuss include cooling/heating grids, energy storage, sustainable energy planning, geothermal innovations, and energy data processing.
The conference will be at in Hilton Old Town, Antwerp, Belgium. This annual conference will take place on October 16-19.… Read More
Human Dependence On Water
Everyone knows water is important, but they may not realize just how important it is.
Most human adult bodies are composed of fifty to sixty-five percent water. The percentage in water composition in the body is even higher in babies.
Since water is so crucial to the existence of humankind, activists are doing what they can to preserve our supply.
The best event to attend for those who want to learn more about water preservation is World Water Week.
This event will take place on August twenty-eighth to September second in Stockholm, Sweden, and will have visitors from all over the world attending.
The Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) is the organization responsible for the event. International advocates for water conservation present will include practitioners, scientists, politicians, and concerned businessmen. Together they will gather to discuss innovative solutions to water-usage problems on a global scale.
Last year the SIWI organization had over three … Read More