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The TAA is an international professional association of individuals, institutional/ corporate bodies and civil society organisations concerned with the role of agriculture for sustainable development throughout the world. They bring together people and organisations from developed and less developed countries to enable them to contribute to agricultural policy, development, research, education and skills in support of equitable and sustainable agriculture and natural resources management. TAA recognizes the interrelated roles of farmers and other stakeholders living in rural areas, scientists (agriculturists, economists, sociologists, etc.), government, non-governmental organisations, civil society and the private sector in achieving a convergent approach to sustainable rural development. This includes recognition of the importance of the role of women, the effect of climate change, nutrition and food chain aspects, and other social and cultural issues on the rural economy and livelihoods.
Waste Advantage Magazines an independent publisher with staff that has more than 100 years of experience in publishing. Printed 12X annually, Waste Advantage Magazine are solely dedicated to covering the solid waste and recycling industry with one publication and one price. Their circulation delivers blanket coverage of the industry, focusing on the key audience that consists of municipal and private sector executives and operations managers in the areas of collection, transfer stations, recycling, landfills, waste conversion and C&D activities throughout North America. Diverse content helps our audience stay informed through the latest news, best practices, equipment and technology, and a dedicated Market Place connects buyers and sellers of new and used equipment and services.
BiogasWorld is a Canadian business generation platform & online marketplace, dedicated to accelerating business generation in the biogas industry between technology and service suppliers and project developers. The Goal of BiogasWorld is to “Become the unique commercial, technical and information website & network for all stakeholders of the global biogas industry.” This allows the centralization and standardization of information for everything related to biogas, from residual waste collection to the valuation of biogas and digestate. Thus, BiogasWorld aims to become the largest commercial, technical and information network of the biogas, compost and renewable natural gas industries.
Advanced Biofuels USA, a nonprofit educational organization advocates for the adoption of advanced biofuels as an energy security, military flexibility, economic development and climate change mitigation/pollution control solution. The Mission of Advanced Biofuels USA is to promote public understanding, acceptance, and use of advanced biofuels by promoting research, development and improvement of advanced biofuels technologies, production, marketing and delivery; and by promoting the sustainable development, cultivation and processing of advanced biofuels crops, and agricultural and forestry residues and wastes.
Lombardy Green Chemistry Association-LGCA, which gave life to the Green Chemistry Cluster promoted and officially recognized by the Lombardy Region. The development of the bio-economy, the heart of which is represented by the green chemistry, is a compulsory step to face major global challenges: climate change, resource scarcity, environmental protection, multifunctional agriculture, health, improvement of living conditions of the population, new opportunities for growth and employment, strengthening the competitiveness of businesses. The Lombardy Green Chemistry Association proposes itself as an active part of this convergence in the process of involvement of all stakeholders interested, through the promotion of meetings, opportunities as well as interlocutor of the Region, national government and the European Union in the definition of policies and initiatives to support innovation, competitiveness and the bio-economy.
Bioenergy Insight has swiftly built up a reputation for delivering quality news, analysis, market information and technical articles relating to the biomass, biogas and bio-power industries. Published six times a year to coincide with leading industry events, it provides ideas and insights for its audience of bioenergy professionals. Within each issue you can expect to find up-to-date industry news, the most recent technical developments, exclusive interviews with plant operators, an in-depth analysis of a particular region, and a whole host of feature-length technical articles. Their close relationship with key industry associations, such as the European Biomass Association, the US Pellet Fuels Institute, the Renewable Energy Association and the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association, means They are also well placed to keep abreast of the sector’s latest policies, legislations and regulations.
The National Biomass Association (BGBIOM – Bulgaria) was created in the autumn of 1998. In October same year BGBIOM became member of European Biomass Association (AEBIOM). The aim of NBA is to propagate the growth of different plants for non-food use. NBA aims also to co-ordinate and facilitate the research and development works in the fields of biomass resources, biofuel production technologies, biofuel market in the transport, heat and energy sector, as well as in the field of biomass non-energy products. BGBIOM promotes renewable energy sources, mainly biomass, plant residues and animal-manure as energy sources for sustainable society. The aim of BGBIOM is to propagate the growth of different plants for non- food use. BGBIOM aims also to co-ordinate and facilitate the research and development works in the fields of biomass resources, biofuel product on technologies, biofuel market in the transport, heat and energy sector, as well as in the field of biomass non-energy products.
Climate (ISSN 2225-1154) is an independent, international and multi-disciplinary open access journal focusing on climate processes of the earth, covering all scales and involving modelling and observation methods. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results as quick as possible and as much detail as possible. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. Full experimental and methodical details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced. Climate is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). MDPI takes the responsibility to enforce a rigorous peer-review together with strict ethical policies and standards to ensure to add high quality scientific works to the field of scholarly publication.
The World Aquaculture Society was founded in 1969 as the World Mari-culture Society. In order to meet the expanding international nature of the Society and to address specific needs in various areas of the world, the WAS has created Chapters in the United States, Japan, Korea, Latin American and Caribbean region and the Asian-Pacific region. The WAS is associated with other aquaculture associations such as the Aquaculture Association of Canada, Aquaculture Association of South Africa, Aquaculture without Frontiers, Asian Fisheries Society, Brazilian Society of Aquaculture and Aquatic Biology, China Society of Fisheries, Egyptian Aquaculture Society, European Aquaculture Society, Indonesian Aquaculture Society, Korean Aquaculture Society, Malaysian Fisheries Society, Society of Aquaculture Professionals (India) and Spanish Society of Aquaculture. Through its diverse membership and international networks, the WAS provides leadership for enhanced international communications, collaboration and information exchange. The World Aquaculture Society is a dynamic organization capable of responding to change and is recognized for its professional credibility in aquaculture science, technology and education.
The Society for the Environment is the body responsible for the registration of environmental professionals. We are the custodian of the Chartered Environmentalist and Registered Environmental Technician registers, and since 2004 have established a sound platform as the body tasked with championing and registering the expertise of environmental professionals. The Society operates under a Royal Charter which mandates us to promote the advancement of, the dissemination of, knowledge of, and education in good environmental practice for the public benefit. The Society aspires to be the leading and co-ordinating professional body in environmental matters and a pre-eminent champion of a sustainable environment.
The concept for began in 2005 when there was a need for a internet portal to exchange information and collaborate on the environment we live in. The technology expanded by adding technologies to bring analyse and archive the latest information to environmental professionals. Currently on version 6.0 we are working to build a highly collaborative environment. Consultants, Companies, Services and Products, provides a single marketplace to buy, sell, market, and understand the engineering, environmental, science, and technology industries.
Eco-Business is the leading digital media company serving Asia Pacific’s clean technology, smart cities, responsible business and sustainable development community. Our platforms and services include the award-winning site, custom publications, market research and whitepapers, multimedia production, consultancy, training and high-impact bespoke events catered to deepen discussions on sustainability. We are a sustainable social enterprise that helps Asia Pacific’s businesses along an environmentally and socially responsible, low-carbon path. We educate and advocate on sustainable development. We remain committed to help businesses, governments, NGOs, research institutions and think tanks get their stories published and read by a wider audience by providing platforms for them to share ideas and best practices, advance public awareness and stimulate debate about sustainable development.
Copernicus is a European Union Programme aimed at developing European information services based on satellite Earth Observation and in-situ (non-space) data. The Copernicus services transform this wealth of satellite and in situ data into value-added information by processing and analysing the data. Datasets stretching back for years and decades are made comparable and searchable, thus ensuring the monitoring of changes; patterns are examined and used to create better forecasts, for example, of the ocean and the atmosphere. Maps are created from imagery, features and anomalies are identified and statistical information is extracted. The information provided by the Copernicus services can be used by end users for a wide range of applications in a variety of areas. These include urban area management, sustainable development and nature protection, regional and local planning, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, health, civil protection, infrastructure, transport and mobility, as well as tourism.
The Agro input dealers Association of Southern Africa (ADASA) is the national apex organization for all agro-input dealers in South Africa. It was established in 2017 for the purpose of empowering the most disadvantaged Agro dealer SMMEs to render Agro dealer businesses next to the Agricultural SMMEs entrepreneurs farming locations in order to cut travelling costs and save time. We the members of ADASA believe that the private sector input dealers are the engine of growth for the Southern Africa agricultural sector and are a prime force behind the modernization of South Africa Agriculture and the achievement of national food security resulting from improved yields. We also render Technical, Training and Mentoring farmers comprehensively in using agro-inputs It is our responsibility and privilege to foster the growth of an efficient and cost effective input distribution network that will reach all farmers in South Africa.
Energy Window International Journal, EWI, a bi-monthly publication, and Energy Window Television, EWTV are the two media channels powered under the umbrella of International Energy Window & Allied Co. Limited, IEWAC, incorporated in 2008 under the Company and Allied Matters Act, CAMA 1990. Energy Window International Journal, EWI is a publication on oil gas and all energy related activities either as reports, analysis, views and or commentaries. It exposes business opportunities to be exploited by new players/investors, as well as established/existing firms via seminars, workshops, or conferences. It therefore builds a platform where industry stakeholders gather to brainstorm on crucial issues for energy development expansion, economic advancement and socio-political growth. It helps industry players expand the frontiers of their businesses through advertisements, among others.
Korup Rainforest Conservation Society (KRCS) is a community based conservation organisation based in Mundemba, Southwest Cameroon, committed to protect the rich biodiversity of Korup National Park and contribute to livelihood improvement of forest dwelling local communities. The Objective of this group is to Promote and execute the Conservation/Development initiatives and consultancies around the Korup National Park by members in a bid to minimise pressure on the natural resources, improve local livelihoods and ensure participation of locals in the management and preservation of forest resources in the Korup National Park and surrounding Mangrove areas. And also Combat climate change at a local level through the promotion of conservation advocacy and environmental education in and around the Korup National Park (KNP) tropical rainforest area geared towards conflict reduction and a change of attitude of our target communities in forest resource use/stewardship.
Alternative Energy Africa, launched in January 2008, is a Petroleum Africa publication which seeks to fill the energy information gap in Africa. Alternative Energy Africa will provide a forum for stakeholders to engage each other in discussions about this industry, and will seek to become the magazine of choice for African governments, ministries, NOCs, indigenous companies, and international businesses, as it is for Petroleum Africa. Alternative Energy Africa will update readers on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news, and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent. Our dedicated and knowledgeable editorial team is confident that our publication will become “the premiere source” of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.