| Register Now! First AENEAS Training Workshop: Understanding Mobility of Older People
The REC is delighted to announce the launch of the AENEAS project “Attaining Energy-Efficient Mobility in an Ageing Society”. If you are keen to offer sustainable mobility options to older citizens in your city, or if you would like to learn about experiences in other cities, please join us at the forthcoming training workshop in Kraków (Poland) on June 17-18. A detailed programme and application form can be downloaded from the AENEAS website.
| Young Energy Savers Earth Day – Drawing Contest
Besides other family programmes (concerts, puppet show, riding or natural bird shows) the traditional Earth-Day event of the REC of April 25, 2009 focused on energy efficiency and energy saving technologies.
| Call for concept proposals for nutrient reduction best practices
The Living Water Exchange, a GEF/UNDP project promoting the replication of
nutrient reduction best practices and collaboration in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced a call for concept proposals to support pilot demonstration projects focused on nutrient reduction practices.
| Healing the Waters
In the framework of the Fifth World Water Forum, the REC organised the side event “Opportunities and Challenges in Water Management after EU Enlargement and Prospects for Candidate Countries”.
| SMAQ Workshop Series
SMAQ (Satellite Assisted Management of Air Quality) is an innovative toolkit for managing air quality information, which has been developed and piloted under the auspices and support of the European Commission's LIFE programme.
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