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  • UNECE adopts revised European Code for Inland Waterways
    Transport by inland waterway is an increasingly attractive transport option because it is a cost-efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly mode of transport. 27,913 km of European inland waterways have been recognized by governments as significant under the framework of the 1996 European Agreement on Main Inland Waterways of International Importance (AGN).

  • UNECE energy week to discuss Energy Security and the Financial Crisis
    TheUNECE Energy Weekfeatures the 18th Session of the Committee on Sustainable Energy (18-20 November), including an Energy Security Dialogue: Impact of the Financial Crisis on Energy Industries.

  • The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to be trained on the Water Convention - A practical way to facilitate accession
    The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, with the support of the Government of Sweden, jointly organized a workshop on the UNECE Convention on the Protection and Use of Transboundary Water and International Lakes (Water Convention).

  • UNECE announces the main themes of the seventh “Environment for Europe” Ministerial Conference
    The seventh “Environment for Europe” Ministerial Conference to be held in Astana, Kazakhstan, in autumn 2011 will address two main themes: the Sustainable Management of Water and Water-related Ecosystems and Greening the Economy: Mainstreaming the Environment into Economic Development.

  • Green building is a solution to mitigation of climate change
    Green building is a solution to mitigation of climate change. Energy efficient construction for new buildings, and renovation of existing buildings, can reduce the 40-50% of energy used for space and water heating in buildings. However ,if current inefficient building practices continue, buildings could account for 70% of CO2 emissions by 2050. Life cycle assessment (LCA), carbon-focused, building rating systems are “material neutral” but a green building assessment schemes without a scientific LCA basis underestimate the carbon intensity issue. Some countries have green building rating systems, and other countries are considering establishing them, but existing green building rating systems lack a LCA basis.


 
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