News ID: 5002
Publish Date:22 April 2020 - 12:39
Sustainability and Carbon Reduction Management
Carbon emissions from anthropogenic activities and their impact on climate change are one of the main challenges for achieving environmental sustainability.
ECO-IEST: Carbon emissions from anthropogenic activities and their impact on climate change are one of the main challenges for achieving environmental sustainability.
Carbon footprint, as an environmental sustainability indicator, has been frequently studied to quantify the environmental performance of a product, individual, company, city, or country, using environmental life-cycle assessment (LCA).
the world is warming up and that this effect was human-induced through our dependence on fossil fuels and their impact on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The biggest contributor to GHG emissions is the built environment, accounting for up to 50% of global carbon dioxide emissions.
There is no single solution to the climate change dilemma. A complex combination of new technologies, improved systems and changed behaviours, together with realistic expectations for a lower carbon economy is required. Adoption of energy efficient technologies is considered a key sustainability strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in global industries.
ECO-IEST is organising International WEBinar on EARTH DAY on 21, 22 and 23 of April 2020 and in this occasion Ms. Ellie Soly Senior Scientist AECOM Melbourne, Australia is supposed to speak on this issue.