Environment, sustainability & energy
The right diet not only helps shape the figure, but also the environment, and wine tastes better when it is produced without pesticides!
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How to utilize optimally biogenic resources
How can healthy soil contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases?
Flourishing landscapes for butterflied in Slovakia and Austria
Nature preservation by greening in viniculture
Energy consultations for companies and public institutions: How to detect, and reduce the energy consumption of a company
Improving waste treatment: What are effective measures to reduce waste in the long term?
Energy and resource efficiency in the health sector: How can energy and resources be reduced in Austrian and Hungarian hospitals?
Examination of running waters on pollutants: What is the situation of the Danube River?
Technology innovations on composting, compost application and soil protection: How can compost quality be improved?
Data management of air pollution from persistent organic pollutants: Finding the right method to measure pollution.
Useful methods of soil protection to improve soil’s water retention and enhance flood protection: Making the soil more fertile
Developing and implementing new tourism and education-oriented forms of experience with the focus on region-specific gardens and cultural landscapes
Making it possible to plan a journey based on criteria such as “good food” and “breath-taking nature experiences”.
A framework for developing and initiating a regional reuse network for components in the construction industry
Reuse of components retrieved from demolition sites: Does it actually work, and is it worth it?
Re-Design:Net[work] & REdesign+
Developing new forms of employment for people who are disadvantaged on the labour market
From old to new: How new bags are made out of old flags, and long-term unemployed people get a second chance on the labour market.
Social production can encourage nature preservation and sustainability, but only if companies, public authorities and social enterprises work together.
What does “social production” mean?
Soil protection: Using the soil while caring for it at the same time!
Reducing the use of energy and CO2 emissions in commercial kitchens: Regional food from organic farming and smaller meat portions are just the first steps
Sustainable menu: What does a sustainable menu look like?
Developing leisure and relaxation facilities in urban conservation areas: How can human beings organise their leisure time in green spaces parks without interfering with natural habitats?