El aumento de dióxido de carbono (CO2) en la atmósfera se considera una de las principales causas del calentamiento global. La fijación biológica de CO2 puede resolver el problema del calentamiento global. Las microalgas son sistemas de rápido crecimiento que pueden consumir grandes cantidades de CO2 para producir diferentes tipos de biomasa.
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YESTD is legal framework to support non-formal learning activities for young people. It’s aims to respond at Nepal to the needs of young people from different aspects. It has been adopted after wide consultation with the different stakeholders in the youth field. It supports the new youth policy and framework in the youth field, which outlines a cross-sectoral approach to youth issues with a view not only to creating more and equal opportunities for all young people in education and in the lab
This project aims to increase the competitiveness of forest
communities and small producers of cocoa, coffee, rambutan,
and timber products; it contributes directly to the national-level efforts aimed at achieving the Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs), particularly those related to the national framework and strategy to advance SDG-12: Responsible Production and Consumption.
Integrated Rural Tourism Development project offers an intervention strategy for the development of rural tourism in Armenia with the objective of creating sustainable income-generating opportunities as a supplemental income source to bring down the level of rural poverty, contribute to equal territorial development and shape conducive environment for rural development.
The concept applies integrated approach targeting strong local social networks.
In January 26 2018, CDEA launched Dar es Salaam Eco Sanaa Village as an investment opportunity that makes the connection between creativity, urban development and tourism.
The plan aims at leveraging Dar es Salaam’s creative, heritage and historic assets, to transform it into a creativity city and a tourism destination. The project code-named ‘Dar es Salaam Eco Sanaa Village’ will be built on green building principles.
The Swedish municipality of Uppsala and six other municipalities in Sweden, have agreed to limit climate impact from plastic, used in the daily activities of the municipalities. They use public procurement as a tool to influence providers and producers to offer products from renewable and fossil-free resources.
An innovation of IFC, EDGE (“Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies”) is an online platform, a green building standard and a certification system for over 140 countries. The EDGE application helps to determine the most cost-effective options for designing green within a local climate context. EDGE can be used for buildings of all vintages, including new construction, existing buildings and major retrofits. EDGE is an innovation of IFC, a member of the World Bank Group.
ENERFUND project aims to enhance investments in refurbishment of buildings across Europe by developing a tool that rates and scores deep renovation opportunities. The tool is based on a set of parameters such as Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), number of certified installers, governmental schemes running, quality of heating systems, etc. Find our more about buildings' energy efficiency in the 11 countries already mapped in the tool here https://app.enerfund.eu/
Concilier un mode de transport respectueux de l'environnement avec l'activité économique générée par des millions de visiteurs
The snow-capped peaks of Mont-Blanc tower over the picturesque Chamonix Valley in south-eastern France. In this world-famous Alpine destination that attracts millions of visitors each year, four local communities have come together to enable solutions for better and greener mobility through environmentally-friendly public transportation.
UNDP-supported projects, with financing from the Global Environment Facility (GEF), are bringing innovative models and schemes to help countries leverage the benefits of sustainable tourism for development. With successful experiences in Seychelles, among other countries, UNDP supports aiming at mainstreaming biodiversity conservation into the tourism sector. UNDP is also helping communities and management authorities of protected areas to diversify and make their sources of income more sustainable.
Turquoise waters, sandy beaches, coral reefs teeming with vibrant fish – there is little wonder why small island destinations are some of the world’s top tourist hotspots. Yet small islands have become particularly vulnerable to the damaging impacts of climate change. The natural risks affect the islands’ tourism sector - a main source of livelihood for many local communities.
Responding to these challenges, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been supporting governments, tourism businesses and local communities in the Maldives, among other small islands ̶ counted among the world’s most emblematic island destinations ̶ to help them adapt and enhance their resilience in response to climate change.
Semiarid wasteland is cultivated using a unique selection of fodder shrubs, paired with complementary specialty crops like grapevines or vegetables, continuously monitored by a SaaS farm management system, using smart sensors, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data Analytics. The "wasteland to organic produce" processes are showcased at an experimental "farm and village", open to the general public. Objective is not only sustainable production, but also sustainable living and tourism.
The action plan adopted in March 2018 has 3 main objectives: (1) reorient capital flows towards sustainable investment, for sustainable and inclusive growth; (2) manage financial risks stemming from climate change, environmental and social issues; and (3) foster transparency and long-termism in financial activity.
Concretely, the action plan announces a taxonomy to define what is sustaible, EU labels for green financial products and more transparency for clients and corporations (reporting).
SPP Regions is promoting the creation and expansion of 7 European regional networks of municipalities working together on sustainable public procurement (SPP) and public procurement of innovation (PPI).
Tenders developed by the networks involved in the project will achieve 54.3 GWH/year primary energy savings and trigger 45 GWh/year renewable energy. The focus of these tenders will be on:
• Energy use in public buildings
• Vehicles and transport
• Food and catering services