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Essentially, IoT describes the integration of any object, whatever its size or nature, into the communications space. Thanks to the timely convergence of many technologies, anything can now be reached and interfaced with, anytime, anywhere. This is fertile ground for application developers.
We coordinate our actions to the Carnegie Mellon’s CREATE Lab; thus we use their IoT water quality sensor; WaterBot! It has been developed in order to help gather localized pollution data. #WaterBot #bimatters
We ensure you that any waste we produce as a result of your business operations is stored safely and securely, treated appropriately and collected for disposal or recycling by an organization.
On 5 June, every year, we have the World Environment Day. The United Nations uses the date every year to create awareness regarding pressing environmental issues. Every year the topic is different. But even some topics are a non-technological field, the IoT can be useful for environmental uses. Here are five ways technology is being used to make the world a better place: #enviromentalsensors #iberianlynx #smartfarming #energyefficieny
Big Data – an environmental asset
Big Data has emerged as a game-changing presence in commerce and politics. What used to be the vast and unknown cosmos of individual behavior and preferences can now be parsed for patterns and trends to aid in decision-making. Where policies used to be based on gut-checks and intuition, Big Data is now being translated into decisions that result in great profit, political gain, or, according to its more sanguine proponents, to save the world.
This section defines and explains some important concepts related to how economists approach ecosystem valuation.
Ecosystem valuation can be a difficult and controversial task, and economists have often been criticized for trying to put a “pricetag” on nature.
Why Estimate Ecosystem Values?
Faced with tightening budgets and growing needs for environmental actions, government agencies must make difficult decisions about how to allocate public investments to protect and restore the natural environment. In making such decisions, environmental program managers may consider many objectives, including environmental quality, threats to ecosystem integrity, and effects on people’s quality of life. This website will help those who need to make practical use of economics for these types of decisions.
More than 150 world leaders gathered at United Nations Headquarters in New York to adopt an ambitious new sustainable development agenda at a 3-day summit that commenced Friday 25 September 2015.
Agreed by the 193 Member States of the UN, the new agenda, Transforming Our World: 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, consists of a Declaration, 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and 169 targets.
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