The XII edition of the World Bio Markets Amsterdam will be opening on 27 March next. Across three days, until 29 March, all stakeholders, from biofuels, biomass and bio-chemical producers, policymakers, banks and distributors to supply change and materials managers, start-ups, biotech, transport and logistics companies, investors and more, will have the opportunity to meet and discuss the latest advances in this industry field.
The conference’s agenda includes topics such as biofuels, bio-chemicals, bio-power applications, emerging business, food and bio-based research, transport and environment and the bio-economy of tomorrow, among many others.
The 2016 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture Technologies will be held in Dubai (UAE) from next 3rd December to 5th December. The conference’s topics include agricultural biotechnology, energy in agriculture, ecological engineering, food security, livestock biotechnology, food traceability and safety, soil and water engineering, watershed design for water quality protection, nanotechnology in agriculture, meat and allied industries, aquaculture and biosystems research and agro-industry among many others.
The 4th International Conference on Envirotech, Cleantech and Greentech is taking place in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) from next 21st July to 22nd July organized by the World Association for Scientific Research and Technical Innovation (WASRTI).
The conference’s sessions will address a wide range of topics from green energy, green building, biomass, biofuel, water resource management and ecological sustainability to climate change, green communication, food safety, organic food, sustainable strategies and policies, green house gases and pollution control, among many others.
The 4th International Conference on Envirotech, Cleantech and Greentech programme includes a Research Collaboration Activity aimed to facilitate meetings and promote exchanges between the participants.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, EUBCE 2016, is a must-attend event for all those engaged in the renewable energy industry field. The meeting will take place in Amsterdam (Netherlands) from 6 to 9 June next.
The conference programme will address hot topics from biomass resources and conversion technologies to policies, markets and sustainability, among others which will introduce discussions on issues such as small-scale applications, environmental effects, municipal and industrial waste, sustainable energy use, thermochemical conversion of biomass, advances in cropping systems, hydrothermal liquefaction, soil impacts of non-forest biomass and Novel biogas feedstock and hydrogen production, among many others.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition is the world’s largest event focused on biomass.
The 3rd California Water Summit will take place next week in Sacramento (California, USA) from 1st June to 3rd June.
The water summit agenda will address current challenges, alternative technologies and core issues relating to this field, such as the state of water in the region, the drought, latest developments and funding opportunities, groundwater contamination: the real costs of testing the waters, lessons learned from emerging electronic water exchanges and water transfers, end-user perspectives on investing and energy production, among many others.
The 3rd California Water Summit includes a workshop focused on how to develop successful water P3s which will be running on June 1st.