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  • Eye on Earth: 2008 in review

    From promises of 'green jobs' on the U.S. campaign trail to record-setting global investments in renewable energy, the year was marked by an international mobilization to address the world's most daunting environmental challenges and forge a green economy. While the science is clear that the time to address catastrophic climate change is now, a turbulent year - including food crises, natural ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Stratford Eye’s a green future

    A landmark regeneration project will use a state of-the-art community heating system to boost London’s green credentials as the capital gears up for the 2012 Olympics.Stratford Eye, a mixed tenure development of offices and apartments, overlooking the Olympics site in East London, will harness tri-generation technology to create its own cooling, heating and electricity. As part of the same ...


    By ENER-G

  • Keep an eye on everything with LabMonitoring

    HORIBA’s newly developed data preparation tool allows users to extensively display and document the interplay of different HORIBA ONE PLATFORM devices as well as to influence the processes with regard to quality control. Growing challenges with regard to environmental policy have profoundly changed the demands made on vehicle and engine emissions measurement in the last few years. For ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Keeping an Eye on National Radiation

    Untitled Document The software and environment specialist TechniData modernises the radioactivity monitoring network in Ireland. The new monitoring network for the Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland ...


  • `The Eyes of the World are on Paris`

    The nations of the world gathered on Monday in Paris to reach a new and universal climate change agreement, in the knowledge that they have already delivered an almost universal set of national responses to meet the long-term climate challenge before the conference even begins. Over 150 heads of state and government arrived at the conference venue on Monday to give their public support, ...

  • Keep Your Eyes on SEJ.Org!

    The next six weeks are going to be a nonstop thrill ride as we rush to meet the May 31st deadline to raise $103,000. SEJ members, boardies and friends are preparing challenges as we speak. ...

  • Eye on Earth First User Conference: A real eye opener

    The city of Dublin was the setting for the first Eye on Earth User Conference, organised by the European Environment Agency (EEA) in association with the Irish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Over three days (4-6 March), the conference brought together more than 230 participants representing communities ...

  • To The Point About Preventing Eye Injuries

    Dust, wood chips, nails, hazardous chemicals, radiant light and countless other items can strike or enter the eye and cause injury.  Taking proper precautions and wearing the appropriate protection against eye hazards can prevent eye injuries.  This program provides an overview of your organization’s plan to protect your sight and points out how the use of ...


    By ERI Safety Videos

  • EI’s Reorganization Has an Eye on the Future

    Research Triangle Park, NC – The EI Group, Inc. (EI) has been providing professional consulting services for more than 20 years and has grown, changed, and reorganized to keep up with the changing times.  That is evident again as the company enters into a new decade.  With an eye on the changing marketplace, EI has restructured its technical staff to meet two specific objectives, ...


    By The EI Group, Inc.

  • Superstition can affect eye tests

    People having eye examinations may be affecting the results due to a natural tendency to base their responses on past decisions. Research just published in the journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, shows that people cannot avoid using their past decisions to inform their current decisions, says co-author Professor Steven Dakin, the head of Optometry and Vision Science at the ...


    By PaR Systems, Inc.

  • Vortex eyes Canadian iron ore

    VORTEX Pipes will have the opportunity to take a foothold in Canada's iron ore industry after entering into option agreements to acquire the Snelgrove project. The company is focused on smart sustainable pipe rehabilitation and may add iron ore exploration to its repertoire following the inking of the agreements to acquire the project from Toronto Stock Exchange-listed Cap-Ex Iron Ore and Preston ...

  • Florida Property Owners Eye NOAA’s Hurricane Predictions

    The hurricane season in the United States began on June 1st and doesn’t end until November 30th.  In May, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced their predictions for the 2012 hurricane season.  According to NOAA it will be average with 4 to 8 Atlantic hurricanes and 9 to 15 named storms.   Many in Florida are no strangers to ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Verder nominated as EY entrepeneur of the year 2016 (Netherlands)

    Every year Ernst & Young selects the best entrepreneurs in many industrialized countries, also in the Netherlands. In this way EY celebrates unique entrepreneurship ideas and results. We, as part of the Verder Group, are very proud that Andries Verder has been nominated for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 The Netherlands. Same as his motto “If not us, then who?”, we strongly ...


    By The Verder Group

  • Smart Eye Traffic Cameras go online with Envirologger

    The smart eye traffic monitoring system is now compatible with the Envirologger products. The camera is able to count, classify and determine the speed of road traffic in up to four lanes of counter flowing traffic without the need for induction loops which cause road surface damage and disruption. The camera now connects to the logger and data is ‘pushed’ back via an Envirologger ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Solar thermal electricity: catching the eye of utility companies

    The American Southwest has some of the greatest solar resources on the globe, it yet remains largely untapped. This trend may be changing as solar technology matures, market forces shift and concern for climate change mounts. One of the most common arguments against large-scale use of renewable energy is that it cannot produce a steady, reliable stream of energy, day and night. Ausra Inc. does ...

  • Food Industry Eyes “Big Data” for New Answers

    HOUSTON, March 14, 2016 – Big data is getting big buzz among food industry leaders as a potential game changer in the critical arenas of food safety, product development and supply chain management.  Every day 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created in our digital society. Big data refers to our ability – or lack thereof – to harness that ...

  • California eyes $500 billion in water spending

    California's growing population and dwindling water require up to $500 billion in additional investment in water in coming decades, and new state fees for water users could be one way pay for it, a water plan released Thursday by the state's top water officials said. John Laird, California secretary of natural resources, and Mark Cowin, head of the water resources department, spoke to reporters ...


    By Associated Press

  • Summit eyeing global sharing of environmental data

    Over 1,000 delegates from around the world, including 20 ministerial delegations, are heading to the Eye on Earth Summit in Abu Dhabi next week (12-15 December). It is one of the official member-states meetings on the road to next year's UN ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • All eyes on Bali for a crucial breakthrough on climate change

    Bali, the “island of the Gods,” is a prime example of the beauty of our natural environment. At the same time, Indonesia has first-hand experience of the extreme weather events caused by climate change. Bali is therefore a poignant setting for the forthcoming crucial international negotiations on the way forward to save our planet from the devastating effects of global warming. The Bali ...

  • A bird`s eye view of conservation policy

    A team of Italian researchers have taken a novel approach to evaluating conservation policy by studying decades of photographs of a natural protected area taken from the air. The analysis revealed that conservation efforts which are managed at a local level are the most effective measures. The study results suggest that many of the policy measures employed throughout the years have failed to ...

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