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Le DEWA/GRID-Genève fait partie du groupe global de centres d'information du PNUE, connus sous le nom de réseau "Global Resource Information Database" (GRID). Les GRIDs-Genève et Nairobi ont été les premiers centres à être lancés en 1985. Les centres GRID facilitent non seulement l'accès aux données et à l'information environnementales mais en produisent également pour les prises de décisions et la mise en place de politiques; ils soutiennent la révision continue par le PNUE de l'état de l'environnement ainsi que des tendances; et ils fournissent des pré-alertes sur les problèmes et les menaces environnementales émergentes.      Plus d'info...

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2018
11
Oct
Sand expert roundtable

An expert roundtable titled "Sand and sustainability: finding new solutions for environmental governance of global sand resources" has been organized by GRID-Geneva at the International House of Environment, Geneva, on 11th of October 2018.
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2018
08
Oct
Interview of Pascal Peduzzi, director of GRID-Geneva, on Swiss consumption incompatibility with the Planetary Boundaries on Swiss radio (in French)

The footprint of Swiss consumption is incompatible with the Planetary Boundaries, interview of Pascal Peduzzi, Director of GRID-Geneva at the Swiss Radio "la Première" about a new report from the Swiss Federal Office on the Environment.
RTS link about the broadcast
Direct link to the mp3

2018
24
Sep
ECOPOTENTIAL at the European parliament

The science-policy briefing event “Science for Post 2020 Environmental Targets – Insights from Earth Observation of Protected Areas” for the EU Parliament will take place on the 27th of September 2018 (09:00-11:00). At the event, the most relevant ECOPOTENTIAL key findings for post 2020 environmental strategies will be presented. The event will be chaired by MEPs Ricardo Serrão Santos and Sirpa Pietikäinen and is organized in cooperation with EBCD which serves as the secretariat of the European Parliament Intergroup on Climate Change, Biodiversity and Sustainable Development.
Event description


2018
17
Sep
First results of the Swiss Data Cube

The Swiss Data Cube, developed by GRID-Geneva, University of Geneva and the Swiss Federal Office for Environment, just issued its first key findings about snow decrease. Read more details in the following interviews:
Avis d'experts
Le Temps
Euronews

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