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Città di transizione Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera. Le città di transizione (Transition Towns in inglese) rappresentano un movimento fondato in Irlanda a Kinsale e in Inghilterra a Totnes dall'ambientalista Rob Hopkins negli anni 2005 e 2006. L'obiettivo del progetto è di preparare le comunità ad affrontare la doppia sfida costituita dal sommarsi del riscaldamento globale e del picco del petrolio.[1] Il movimento è attualmente in rapida crescita e conta centinaia di comunità affiliate in diversi paesi.[2] Storia[modifica | modifica sorgente] Il concetto di transizione matura dal lavoro fatto da Rob Hopkins (esperto di permacultura) assieme agli studenti del Kinsale Further Education College, culminato in un saggio dal titolo Energy Descent Action Plan. L'idea è stata poi riformulata ed espansa nel settembre 2006 per la città nativa di Hopkins, Totnes, dove egli oggi vive. Caratteristiche del progetto[modifica | modifica sorgente] Futuro del progetto[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Murray Hallam's Practical Aquaponics. Aquaponics from a practical perspective. Programmi e bandi. 2014/2020 The other side of the peak: Italy's collapse of oil and gas consumption Italy' peak oil has arrived: we are back to 1967 in terms of oil consumption. All the data in this post are from BP statistical review up to 2012, updated to 2013 from various sources. Sometimes, peak oil looks like an intellectual game that people keep playing by arguing whether it has arrived or not. But the point with oil is not how much of it is produced, somewhere, but how much you can afford to use. So, why that? If you like to plot prices versus production, here are the results: In short, the Italian economy can afford to grow its oil consumption when oil costs less than about 20 dollars per barrel (in today's dollars), it remains stable as long as oil is at less than ca. 40 dollars per barrel and it collapses when oil prices go above that level. I am sure that now you are wondering about how's life in Italy with one third of oil consumption gone. We see that the transportation system managed to cope - more or less - with the reduced oil supply until about 2008-2010.

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Strategy Consultation Here's our draft strategy - what do you think? Transition Network has been going through its own change process recently. We've reviewed and made changes to our staff structure and, over the last eight months, we've been asking ourselves lots of questions about the purpose and direction of our organisation. So here is the result of our enquiry - a draft strategy which describes our vision and purpose and the way we work and sets out our priorities for the next three years. The Transition Board will review and agree the strategy at the end of this month taking account of comments received by 26 February. You may want to respond to the whole document or there may be one section or sentence that particularly interests. The first part of the form will go directly to the Transition Network team.

Development and Cooperation - EuropeAid European Commission decides to create a Support Group for UkraineThis Support Group will provide a focal point, structure, overview and guidance for the Commission's work to support Ukraine. More Mobile laboratory funded by EuropeAid to fight Ebola outbreak in GuineaAs part of the international response to the current Ebola outbreak in Guinea, WHO and its Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN) have requested lab experts of the European Mobile Lab (EMLab) project to support the Ministry of Health of Guinea. Read more EU-Africa Summit - Nutrition side eventEU, World Food Programme and UNICEF address issue of malnutrition in Niger during EU-Africa Summit side event. 8th March - International Women’s DayIn support of International Women’s Day, EuropeAid presents its results in Ethiopia where woman are helping each other to fight female genital mutilation.

The Age of Vertical Farming Is Officially Upon Us Farming Evolution The world population is currently ballooning, and the problem is only expected to get worse as the decades go by. With the world population expected to be 11 billion by 2100, how are we going to feed more of these hungry mouths? Part of the answer will definitely be changing the way we grow our food. Vertical farming doesn’t promise to radically change the way we farm, only make it more efficient, productive, and take up less space. Those plants are fed with a hydroponic system that delivers water laced with special minerals and nutrients. The whole system can turn a 50 square meter space (540 square feet) into 500 square meters of usable farm space. Growing Trend But Urban Crops is not alone in this farming revolution. The biggest facility right now is a 14,164 square meter (3.5 acre) facility in Newark, New Jersey, run by Aerofarms. A Swedish project wants to top even that.

eForms: Documents to download, support and notices Published eForms Please find here the latest versions of the on-line application forms - "eForms" - that are currently published. These eForms are linked to specific Calls and Programme Guides. If the version of the eForm posted here is newer than one you previously downloaded, please visit the Call webpage or Programme Guide webpage for the programme/action concerned to find an information bulletin on why the new version was released. PLEASE NOTE! In case you encounter an "Error message 26 – failure to submit": this may be related to Adobe settings. You can also and receive updates in real time . Test eForm: This form contains a small number of questions and functions. This Test eForm is suitable for applicants of any programme. Known Issues Submission unsuccessful due to a 'Network Error' If you have experienced a 'network error' during the submission procedure please consult the document below for advice on how to resolve the problem. Network error during submission Minimum Requirements

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