The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention (ICEPP 2016) will be held in Kyoto (Japan) from next 25 December to 27 December.
The conference’s programme will address a wide range of topics including air pollution and treatment, desalination, water pollution and treatments, biofuels, the impact of industrialization on the environment, renewable and non-renewable energies, soil pollution, ground water issues, greenhouse effects, global warming and climate change, among others.
The 4th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Prevention is sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society.
The Arab Countries Water Association organizes the next Sustainable Water Resources Summit Middle East Edition 2013 which is going to take place in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) from 17 September to 18 September.
The renewable summit aims to be a forum to discuss, learn and share knowledge and experiences about how private investments can help to improve and development the delivery of sustainable, quality and reliable water to the population of the Middle East and North Africa countries.
The Solar Desalination Forum will be launched in Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates-UAE) next 26 May. During four days, until 29 May, the meeting will focus on the latest advances concerning desalination projects in UAE and GCC countries (Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf).
The forum will be center mostly on issues related to water desalination such as the challenges faced in the UAE, the framework, experiences with renewable energy and green growth, water security and food security in the region, solar energy, solar desalination projects and reverse osmosis seawater desalination systems, among others.
Participants also have the opportunity of participating in various valuable workshops about technologies for solar power generation, desalination and storage systems.
The Fourth International Conference on Sustainability in Energy and Buildings, SEB’12, is going to take place in Stockholm (Sweden) from 3 to 5 September. Renewable energy and sustainability will be the core themes of this event which will also address areas such as Energy and Environmental Assessment in Buildings and Cities, Applications to Building Services and Policy Perspective on Sustainability in Energy and Buildings.
The attendees will be able to discuss about some of the most relevant issues concerning renewable energies and sustainability in construction such as sustainability challenges for the building sector, energy use in housing, photovoltaic industry, environmental sustainability for timber and steel construction, energy efficient renovation of multi-family housing, e-mobility, optimizing energy usage in buildings and intelligent buildings and cities, among many others.
SEB’12 also offers early career stage researchers the opportunity to take part in the Work in Progress Workshop.
Renewables 2012 is the next renewable summit taking place in London early this summer. The meeting is being released on next 3 July at The Bloomsbury Hotel. The conference will address a number of interesting issues regarding Renewable Policy, Financing and Deployment such as water reform, deploying renewable, utility regulation, nuclear industry, investment markets, and community engagement, among many others.
For two days, from 3rd July to 4th July, attendees will have the opportunity of discussing about a wide range of hot topics, sharing knowledge and experiences and networking with experts, researchers and professionals coming from this industry sector.