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Global chemicals and waste governance should be reviewed

Chemicals and waste governance is hampered by the inadequacy of international environmental law: hazardous chemicals still cause significant damage to human health and the environment. At the same time, new challenges, such as plastic waste in the seas, have emerged. This is apparent from a recent Nordic report which examines ways to develop global chemicals and waste governance beyond 2020. Read more

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Global chemicals and waste governance should be reviewed

2017-01-09
Chemicals and waste governance is hampered by the inadequacy of international environmental law: hazardous chemicals still cause significant damage to human health and the environment, says a recent Nordic report examining ways to develop global chemicals and waste governance beyond 2020.

EUR 148,000 allocated to experimental projects promoting the digitalisation of the built environment and construction sector

2016-12-14
The KIRA-digi project has allocated a total of EUR 148,000 to six experimental projects promoting the digitalisation of the built environment and construction sector. The focus areas of these projects include facilitating land use planning through digitalisation, promoting the implementation of digital signatures, developing the integration of building engineering systems, and creating a pilot environment for the digitalisation of sheltered housing.
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