• Better use of Antibiotics • Breaking the optical transmission barriers
• Materials for clean air • Collaborative Spectrum Sharing • Food scanner
2 December 2011, COP17, Durban, CCR Expo Convention Center - Room Umfolozi
The objective of the Event is to inform the Parties to the UNFCCC as well as the other interested entities and civil society on the advances of the GEO initiatives aimed at better understanding the global carbon cycle in the climate and at supporting countries in monitoring their forest resources andimplementing national MRV systems for REDD+.
The Group on Earth Observations is a voluntary partnership of governments and international
organizations that is coordinating efforts to build a Global Earth Observation System of Systems
(GEOSS). It provides a framework within which these partners can coordinate their Earth observation strategies and investments, share their data, and develop new projects. In this way, GEO aims to ensure that decision makers have full access to the cross-cutting data and information that they need for addressing critical global issues.
1 December 2011, Brussels
The IYC closing ceremony will emphasize the creativity and the potential of Chemistry to address the challenges facing our societies. High level speakers, including Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, and young leaders will explore and debate how chemistry is vital for solving our most critical global problems including food, water, health, energy, habitat, and more.
1 December 2011, Brussels, Belgium
CityMobil is celebrating the end of its five year programme on the development and demonstration of innovative transport technologies for urban areas with a workshop showing results.
Experiences from several operating systems will be shared and we invite you to be involved in a panel discussion on the implementation of automated transport systems.
29-30 November 2011, Warsaw
The third General Assembly of SNETP (Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Platform) will take place in Warsaw on November 29 & 30, 2011, hosted by the Polish Ministry of Economy.
The aim of this event is to bring together the member organisations representing the various stakeholders of nuclear fission research. As for previous editions, the event is open to the public and external stakeholders, including representatives of European institutions and Member States, as well as journalists from specialised press.