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Submitted by: Mohan Gandhi, 08/02/2021
There is still no working metric on the market that is able to measure the true carbon impact of data centers and the digital economy. Metrics like PUE have shown that there is still work to do, therefore we recommend creating a digital carbon footprint that covers the whole value chain including the digital carbon footprint from hardware, software and the data center facility.
Submitted by: greppi gianfranco, 20/04/2016
The availability of potable, unpolluted water represents one of the most important goals of the next few years.
Lead Partner: Province of Fryslân
A satellite image of night-time Europe shows a continent that is covered in light. Over 85% of the EU territory is subject to some degree of artificial illumination. This increasing loss of natural darkness has a negative impact on biodiversity and ecosystems and on the quality of nature and the environment. Regions across Europe must intensify their policy efforts to reduce light pollution and protect areas with naturally dark night skies to help preserve their nature and vulnerable landscapes and prevent biodiversity loss. At the same time there are opportunities for sustainable economic development linked to the protection of dark skies. Several EU regions already demonstrate this by creating areas where the dark sky has a protected status and successfully positioning this as an asset to develop new eco-tourism services. In the Night Light project regional authorities from The Netherlands, Hungary, Spain, Luxemburg, Denmark, Slovenia and Italy join forces to improve their regional policies for the prevention of light pollution, preservation of dark skies and the sustainable exploitation of dark sky places. The project will introduce packages of regional policy measures for each of the partner regions that will result in a lasting reduction of light pollution, the designation of nature areas where dark skies are protected and the introduction of new services and facilities to attract eco-tourism to these dark sky areas. 
Polish Association of Sanitary Engineers and Technicians (PZITS)

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20/06/2019
KTU from Lithuania proposes concrete measures to reduce pollution from mobility in its Action Plan
Type: Project
02/06/2020
Each semester of Our Project's implementation takes a period of 6 months. That means, that the fourth semester is over till now. I'm glad to present you the f...
Type: Project