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LEAP2020 – A Major New Version for Low Emission Development Planning

2020 Update After more than 18 months of development, SEI will launch an important new version of LEAP at the end of May 2020: A decision support system for integrated planning of the energy, climate protection and air pollution control mainly…
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Business appeal: More than 60 companies demand commitment to climate protection

At the Petersberg Climate Dialogue, Chancellor Angela Merkel supports the plans of the EU Commission to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 55 percent until 2030 compared to 1990. The German business community is sending a clear message…
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Earthday 2020 – the start of this open source knowledge base

Celebrate earth and accelerate the transformation Today is earth day and this knowledge database goes online. This is supposed to be a platform whenever the topic of climate transformation in companies is on the agenda and a question of understanding…
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Greenland lost 600 billion tons of ice last summer causing sea levels to rise, NASA study results indicate.

Research Letter In 2019 Greenland experienced an unusually warm summer, which caused the world's largest island to lose 600 billion tonnes of ice and raise sea level by 0.2 centimetres, according to a NASA study published on 18 March 2020.…

Environment, Health und Safety ( EHS )

"Compliance with rules or standards" includes environmental (E), health (H) and safety (S) compliance (collectively, EHS) is a discipline and specialty that investigates and implements practical aspects of environmental protection and occupational…
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The ”biological pump” of the ocean captures more carbon than previously expected

Phytoplankton bloom In the northern hemisphere, the sea surface erupts every spring in a massive phytoplankton bloom. Like plants, these floating unicellular organisms use photosynthesis to convert light into energy, consuming carbon dioxide…