Post date: 23 Ene 2012
Μέσω των οργάνων και της λειτουργίας της, η εταιρεία ΔΑΦΝΗ επιθυμεί να συμβάλει:
Post date: 10 Ene 2012
Currently 29 islands and the two Regions of the Aegean Sea are members of the network (DAFNI-Non Profit Organisation) aiming towards:A balance of economic growth with environmental standards and social concernsRegional development through qualitative tourism, social participation and innovativestructures (including e-governance)New energy and water management schemes (including renewables and desalination)
Post date: 10 Ene 2012
Aluminium is a very young metal, extracted for the first time in 1854. Commercially produced as a precious metal from 1886, its industrial production for civil applications only took off in the 1950’s. The first well-known application in buildings dates back to 1898, when the dome of San Gioacchino’s Church in Rome was clad in aluminium sheets. The stunning Art Deco-inspired Empire State Building in New York was the first building to use anodised aluminium components back in 1931.
Post date: 9 Ene 2012
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Post date: 21 Dic 2011
The report is based on the findings from a programme of qualitative research with programme stakeholders, Government Offices and Co-Financing Organisations, a survey of projects funded under the current ESF programme, and case study research with a sample of projects.The evaluation was part-funded by ESF technical assistance under the 2007-2013 England and Gibraltar ESF programme evaluation strategy.
Post date: 15 Dic 2011
For more information on the CALL FOR PAPERS, please click here.To see the relevant BUILD UP event, please click here.
Post date: 7 Dic 2011
For more information about the relevant BUILD UP event, please click here.For more information about the extension of the call for abstracts, please click here.
Post date: 30 Nov 2011
Post date: 28 Nov 2011
The Uk is in an ideal position to transition towards an energy efficient economy overwhelmingly powered by renewable energy.
Executive Summary. UK energy policy is at a crossroads. The government’s current work to reform the electricity market will determine the shape of the UK’s power sector for decades to come.
The UK has an opportunity to become a world leader in clean, renewable energy. But
choices made in the coming months and years could lead to continued dominance of high
carbon fossil fuel power generation. Or to greater dependence on risky nuclear power.
Post date: 8 Nov 2011