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ORECA annual brochure 2015

. . ORECA Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur – the Regional Observatory for Energy, Climate and Air – is pleased to present its latest publication: 2015 annual brochure. As it does each year, ORECA has established the region’s energy balance through a set of indicators showing the evolution of the various sectors in the territory. You can freely […]

New Observatory! Energy Observatory of the Metropolitan City of Torino

The Energy Observatory of the Metropolitan City of Torino Contact: Silvio De Nigris silvio.denigris@cittametropolitana.torino.it Address: Corso Inghilterra 7, 10138 Torino – Italy Website: www.cittametropolitana.torino.it/cms/ambiente/risorse-energetiche/osservatorio-energia   About us The Metropolitan City of Torino is one of Italy’s 14 metropolitan Cities and represents an intermediate level of government between municipalities and Region. The Metropolitan City of Torino, […]

PORTUGAL, 3rd Nov: Webinar on Local Energy Data Collection for GHG Emissions Inventories

. 3 November 2015 11:00-12:30 local time / 12:00-13:30 CEST. . Working language: Portuguese . This webinar will focus on energy data collection methods and practices in Portugal and will provide practical advice on energy data gathering and processing for the purpose of preparing emission inventories (BEI/MEI) as part of a Sustainable Energy Action Plan (SEAP). […]

19 November, Turin: Promoting Sustainable Energy – Data quality to support local action

The metropolitan city of Turin will host on the 19th November an international event under the Covenant of Mayors and the European project DATA4ACTION. During this event, a number of institutions and researchers will bring to light a few examples of success stories of the support of local action to promote energy sustainability. Thousands of […]

150 countries pledge to curb carbon emissions

Source: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/oct/13/150-countries-pledge-to-curb-carbon-emissions “Some 150 countries representing around 90% of the world’s carbon emissions have now filed pledges to curb them, dramatically increasing the chances of a deal at the Paris climate summit in December. The promises made so far would still put the world on track for dangerous global warming rise of 3C (around 9F). […]