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16 May 2017
|Quarry site visit in Hoa Binh Province||
One important aspect of urbanization, the extraction of aggregates (sand, gavel, and stone) for building activities, is addressed in the joint German-Vietnamese project MAREX. Supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the Ministry of Science and Technology in Vietnam, the project is dealing with the extraction and processing of aggregates, and also reflecting improvements in the related fields of transport, construction, and recycling of construction and demolition waste. The capital region of Hanoi and Hoa Binh province serve as a comprehensive model for the application within and outside of Vietnam. As a side-event of the Dresden Nexus Conference 2017, the workshop provides the precious opportunity for the participants to exchange ideas with the MAREX team and to discuss challenging questions of aggregates mining for urban growth, environmental reclamation, and post-mining perspectives.
|Participants of the 69th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Short Course on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SC69)||
40 years of the UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB Course Programme – postgraduate training towards more sustainable development
Location: Festsaal of Technische Universität Dresden (Dülfersaal), Dülferstraße 2, 01069 Dresden
The Center for International Postgraduate Studies of Environmental Management is celebrating 40 years of the UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB Course Programme for Developing and Emerging countries at TU Dresden. So far, more than 2200 experts from 139 countries have engaged in interdisciplinary postgraduate training, covering many aspects that are at the heart of sustainable development.
CIPSEM is looking forward to celebrating with current and former participants, contributers, staff members, and all who feel connected to the programme. This Side-Event of the Dresden Nexus Conference will also address the role of education for achieving the sustainable development goals, with plenty of opportunity for informal exchange between all guests. Admission is by invitation only. For expressing interest and for questions, please contact the course secretariat.