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Climate Change - Biogas Plant Technology Planning Workshop

Title Climate Change - Biogas Plant Technology Planning Workshop
Author Knoten Weimar
Year 2009
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Document Type Training Course
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English : Climate Change - Biogas Plant Technology Planning Workshop.pdf

Language(s) English
Abstract The lecture is intended to give a more detailed insight into the problem and the efforts to tackle Climate Change, so that the reader is able to follow up best climate strategies in practical cases. In the first part, fundamentals of climate and climate changeare discussed, including facts on the climate system and its modeling, as well as the climate effects on sustainable development, and international policy approaches. In the second part, evaluation of climate and related effects of technology are discussed, and an overview of climate effects of industrial and agricultural processes are given, including technological, infrastructural, economic, and socially oriented activities to reduce climate gas emissions.