In the botanical garden in Bucharest new sectors regarding growing of domestic kitchen plants have been introduced. These are Grandma's garden since 2011 in association with Team Work, and Historical [read more..]
COST rely run two final photo competitions (2. and 3. competition), one of them of letting the flyer travel, and one on reflections on energy landscapes. The prizes were presented at the final confere [read more..]
Henri Bava, and are the laureates of the Prix d'urbanisme 2018. The three represent the landscape architecture office agenceTER. It is the first time the prize goes to a group of people and not an ind [read more..]
EFdeN Signature is the name of the new prototype developped by the EFdeN (N for nature) team for the participation at the Solar Decathlon 2018 competition in Dubai. The prototype can be seen in Baneas [read more..]
The Danube length is measured from 0 in Romanian Sulina to 2880 where the Brigach and Breg meet in the Black Forest mountains. The place is marked by a Danube stone and by the place in the middle, but [read more..]
The Danube flows from the Black Forest mountains in Germany till the Danube Delta biosphaere reservation in Romania at the Black Sea. Between hazard and heritage the water itself is a vulnerable habit [read more..]
One of the few if not only wind parks within a City is the one on the Danube Island in Vienna (Windpark Donauinsel). The COST RELY Flyer has travelled there during the EGU conference, where the Action [read more..]
27-29 April 2018 the Flower Festival Timfloralis took place in Timisoara, a city in Western Romania. From the Mihai Viteazul Bridge near the Orthodox Cathedral and up to Liberty Square, the City was d [read more..]
The COST action TU1401 was present at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly which took place 8-13 april 2018 in Vienna, with a number of contributions and with generous support of an ITC gra [read more..]
In November 2016 a new building of the Fraunhofer Institute (material sciences for energy systems MZE) was opened on the premises of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The free spaces were designe [read more..]
2-4 March 2018 the 22nd edition of the Karlsruher Dialogues took place, in form of a conference with side events, such as ARTE Film night and performances at the State Theatre of Baden in Karlsruhe, G [read more..]
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