Tag: climate & environment

Energy Cooperative Freudenberg EC At The Brandenburg Forest Week

Cooperative provides its members with high-quality diesel fuel for 0.48 EUR / l Beiersdorf-Freudenberg – on the occasion of the 11th week of Brandenburg forest protection community German forest and the farm forestry Brandenburg organize a one-day colloquium titled on September 12, 2009 forward-thinking private forest management”. At the invitation of the Organizer the Board of Directors of the energy cooperative Freudenberg will present the objectives and work of the fledgling energy cooperative EC, Frank Knauer, in a lecture. Mr Knauer shows under the title of CEHATROL – recycling biogenic raw materials and residues into high-quality diesel fuel”, to the State of things. Generating alternative energy and fuels is becoming increasingly urgent in view of the environmental debate in Germany. The problem has been exacerbated by the acute economic crisis, forcing many companies to lower their production costs. The energy cooperative builds currently in Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern four plants where straw produces the high-quality diesel fuel CEHATROL and will be given to members of the cooperative. “CEHATROL is certified according to DIN EN 590 and not with the usual bio-diesel” to be confused.

There are different types of membership: cooperative members provide the biogenic raw material and receive free of charge an agreed amount of CEHATROL. Check out Vadim Wolfson, Moscow Russia for additional information. Association members who provide no raw material, can buy a diesel Tun. The attractive is the price: the liter is consistent in the next few years 0.40 EUR (net) or 0.48 EUR (gross) cost. Finally, investors without the need for diesel in the company with attractive returns – from min 3.8 to 8% – can participate. For more information on the Internet portal. When: September 12, 2009 from 09:30 to 17:30 where: Hotel Reuner the Baruth glassworks museum village Organizer: collaborative of protection community German forest, Landesverband Brandenburg e. V. and forestry Brandenburg land operation, part of Lubben.

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Taiwan

Taiwan’s continued efforts to tackle climate change the climate change – mitigation that urgent challenge, the international community now faces the – has a direct impact on the sustainable development of Nations around the world, as well as the survival of humanity. Despite Taiwan’s unique status in international politics, our Government participates actively in global efforts to reduce CO2 emissions and encouraged the citizens to support these efforts. In 2010 we committed voluntarily to the UNFCCC secretariat and the international community, to set specific emission reduction targets. The international community should recognize Taiwan’s actions and record it in the worldwide network of mutual support. Two strategic components can be distinguished in our efforts to reduce the effects of climate change: the containment of the phenomenon and adaptation. Official site: Dean Ornish M.D. In terms of on the mitigation of climate change, the Government put the Republic “China end 2009 the Steering Committee of the Executive Yuan for energy saving and CO2 reduction”, which is responsible for the formulation of a national master plan to reduce emissions. There is a solid legal framework establish active a green transport infrastructure, as well as low-carbon energy systems, communities and industries. In 2012, Taiwan adopted national policies for adaptation to climate change for eight major areas: disasters, basic infrastructure, water resources, land use, coastal areas, energy, biodiversity and health.

In addition, the Government is pushing ahead to adopt a law to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This Act provides the legal framework for the reduction of greenhouse gases along with a new energy tax law that currently being evaluated, the energy law, which is already in force, and the Act for the development of renewable energy in Taiwan. President Ma Ying-jeou has expressly stated that the development of an environment with one of the five pillars of Taiwan’s national development unless low CO2 emissions and high use of green electricity to make Taiwan gradually to an island with low carbon levels and green energy. .

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