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UPDATE: IEES Workshop at EECA conference Print
Monday, 16 November 2009
eeca_logo.pngAt this year's Ecological Engineering conference in Paris (EECA, see Ecological Engineering conference in Paris ), IEES will be the host of a workshop on "Benefits of Ecological Engineering Practices". The workshop will take place on Dec. 3, 2009, from 14:50 CET to 17:15. Download program (PDF, 26 kB)

Tropical House Frutigen Opens its Doors Print
Monday, 16 November 2009
Logo Tropical House FrutigenAt Frutigen, Switzerland, a new tropical house opens its doors on November 21, 2009. The facility is running on warm water (100 Liters per second) flowing out of the Lötschberg Base Railway Tunnel. This heat energy is used for the cultivation of fish and a variety of tropical fruit.

See http://www.tropenhaus-frutigen.ch/en.html for more infomation.
EAWAG's Novaquatis wins transdisciplinary award Print
Thursday, 04 December 2008
nomix_wc1.jpgThe Swiss Novaquatis project, focussing on research and development on the concept of NoMix toilets (urine separating toilets) won the award "td-net for transdisciplinary research" 2008 from the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences – carrying a prize of CHF 75,000.

Schuhmacher College, UK - New Programme out Print
Monday, 03 November 2008
203.jpgSchumacher College, in its own words, "offers transformative learning for sustainable living. Courses at the College aim to empower and equip people who wish to make changes to the world situation they see developing around them." The new programme for the period from Sep. 2008 to April 2009 offers a variety of intriguing courses.

BBC report on fish farming in Malawi Print
Sunday, 26 October 2008
On Oct. 22nd, 2008, BBC reported about a successfull fish farming project in Malawi - one of the poorest countries in Africa. 
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