Introduction of an emission register and pollutant transfer in Kazakhstan: key results and next stepsMore
Regional Environmental Expert Network
On February 18-19, 2019, the “Regional Ecological Expert Network” held an orientation meeting in Almaty, which was attended by representatives of environmental organizations from Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.
The purpose of the seminar: the creation of a regional ecological network.
The meeting discussed various models for creating a network of experts in the field of environmental protection.
Best Available Techniques for Kazakhstan enterprises
BAT – is a set of best practices, by enterprises in a particular industry. The best available technique (BAT) is a technique for the production of products (goods), performance of works, rendering services, determined on the basis of modern achievements of science and technology and the best combination of criteria for achieving environmental protection goals, subject to the availability of its technical capabilities.
On April 17, at the Marriott Hotel in Astana, an event was held with the participation of British manufacturers and suppliers of equipment and technologies for the mining sector, led by Ms. Lund, a specialist in developing cooperation in the mining sector with the Republic of Kazakhstan in London.
Within the framework of this meeting, British companies presented their technologies and products. In the second part of the meeting, representatives of Kazakhstan companies were able to communicate directly with their British counterparts and ask questions of interest.
Two Dutch companies - CirTec and KNN Cellulose - developed a technology that allows the processing of useful toilet paper in a material that can be used, in particular, in the construction of roads.
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A giant iceberg twice the size of Luxembourg has broken off an ice shelf on the Antarctic peninsula and is now adrift in the Weddell Sea.
The governments of Germany, Denmark and Belgium backed a pledge to install 60 gigawatts of new offshore wind power next decade, more than five times the world's existing capacity.
The Minister of Energy of Republic of Kazakhstan, Kanat Bozumbayev, told about thematic content of Kazakhstan's pavilion at the EXPO 2017 in Astana city.More
Researchers at Penn State University have potentially come up with a way we could create energy from carbon dioxide.
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Almost 70,000 petrol powered taxis in Beijing will gradually be replaced with electric vehicles, and any new taxis on the road must be electric.