Happy new year 2019 to everyone!
A webinar on how to turn your actions into jazzy short videos for social media will be hold on May 22nd at 5pm CET/Brussels time (run by Laure Kervyn, a filmmaker who has worked with 350.org and loads of other cool folks!)
If you’d like to join, please email to Laure Kervyn email@example.com who will send you back info on how to join and any preparation closer to the time
Just as a modern version of the fairy tale The Ugly Duckling, a group of FEFU (Far Eastern Federal University) scientists have developed a method to take care of combustible stone’s waste and turn it into precious metals. As explain in rbth science and technology, ash waste is no longer considered a problem that occupies vast areas and pollute the environment, but a cost-effective mine for processing the platinum group metals and other valuable components.
This work falls within the scope of EURELCO (European Enhance Landfill Mining), which promotes research on conditioning and integrated valorisation of a landfilled waste stream, using innovative transformation technologies.