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Restart of IEES - Picking up speed
Friday, 26 May 2017
What is the future role of IEES and how could it support other societies?

Human society urgently needs to move towards more sustainable practices. We believe that Ecological Engineering, using the broad definition promoted by IEES, can substantially contribute to this process. In order to become a strong player, a home base is needed. IEES was therefore restarted in 2016, with a new team and a new focus.

We are now addressing all ecologically inspired engineers and holistic, integrated designers. Please join the process!
Invitation to Ecosummit participants
Tuesday, 23 August 2016
To the EcoSummit 2016 participants,

In accordance with the conference executive committee, we would like to invite you to the joint session 11-23 - Ecological Engineering Practice: An International Review,  which will take place on Tuesday Aug. 30 at 9:00 in the room Sully 3. The session is co-organized by AEES (http://www.ecoeng.org), IEES (www.iees.ch ) and French ecological engineers.

Tuesday, 26 April 2016
ecosummit16.jpgDear IEES members, dear colleagues,

During the last months, we have worked on breathing life into IEES. Together with Andreas Schönborn and the two co-presidents, Petter Jenssen and Johannes Heeb, we contacted the AEES board (American Ecological Engineering Society) to reactivate the IEES activities and collaborations with partner organisations.

Free IWA book from Brazil
Tuesday, 12 November 2013
bwt_book.jpgBiological Wastewater Treatment in Warm Climate Regions

The book gives a state-of-the-art presentation of the science and technology of biological wastewater treatment, particularly domestic sewage. The book covers the main treatment processes used worldwide with wastewater treatment in warm climate regions given a particular emphasis where simple, affordable and sustainable solutions are required.
cewas - Start your own Business in the Water Sector!
Friday, 24 May 2013
slide_cewas.jpgcewas is the international Training Centre for start-ups in the water, sanitation and resource management based in Willisau (Switzerland). The third cewas Start-Up programme is directed at graduates who want to start their own business in the emerging water sector. 
The SSWM Toolbox
Monday, 05 November 2012
logo_sswm.jpgPromoting a more holistic approach to capacity development in the water and sanitation sector

By Andrea Pain and Dorothee Spuhler, seecon international gmbh

Water resources are under increasing pressure due to factors such as population growth and urbanisation, rapid industrialisation, expanding and intensifying agricultural production and changing consumption pattern.
Ecology inspiring engineering - a functional approach
Monday, 15 October 2012
By Bastian Etter* and Andreas Schoenborn, Switzerland

jump.jpgGood solutions require inspiration. Looking for it can be a tedious endeavour, as we all know. As a technical discipline, engineering relies on a high inspirational input, to quench its thirst for well-applied solutions. However, to find the fitting function, engineering needs to go beyond the inherent technology. In the case of ecological engineering, the employed technologies are claimed to be ecological. As a consequence, ecological engineers may find appropriate answers in ecology, and particularly, in ecological systems.

New Book: Sustainable Rural and Urban Ecosystems
Monday, 24 September 2012
geller_gluecklich_2012.jpgDesign, Implementation and Operation

The vision of a truly holistic ecological university was the aim of a joint German-Ghanaian program carried out at Valley View University (biggest private university in Ghana).

Gunther Geller (IOeV, Germany) and Detlev Glücklich (Bauhaus University, Germany), both directly involved in this project, now summarize their experiences in a "Manual for Practice and Study", published in June 2012 by Springer.

Conference: Great Wetlands, Healthy Watersheds
Saturday, 22 September 2012
2013wwa.jpgThe Wisconsin Wetlands Association invites interested professionals to submit a proposal for a symposium and/or a presentation at its 18th Annual Wetlands Conference, "Great Wetlands, Healthy Watersheds".  Date & Location: Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA, February 12-14, 2013.

Call for symposia until Sep. 30, 2012
Call for oral and poster presentation until Nov. 11, 2012

See http://wisconsinwetlands.org/2013symposia.htm for details

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