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GMI Visits Brazil

In early October 2015, the Global Methane Initiative traveled to São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to focus on methane mitigation in the landfill and wastewater sectors. 267 more words

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Only 7 Months Until the Global Methane Forum!

Hopefully by now you have heard GMI is hosting the Global Methane Forum (GMF) with our partner, the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC). Your Washington, D.C.-based Administrative Support Group is pretty excited about it, so here are the details: 203 more words

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Open CALL Horizon 2020 - Organic acids from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Under HORIZON 2020 program is open call for bio based industries with the topic “Organic acids from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)”.


Demonstration of the techno-economic viability of the conversion of the biodegradable fraction of MSW into organic acids in a cascading concept, leading to high conversion rates and high recovery of the biodegradable part along the whole waste value chain. 388 more words

Upcoming Events in the World of Methane Mitigation

Opportunities abound for Global Methane Initiative stakeholders interested in networking with industry professionals and learning more about greenhouse gas emissions mitigation and adaptation technologies and strategies. 650 more words

Industry News

World Bank’s First Methane Auction Yields 8.7 Million Certified Emissions Reductions Guarantees

As both a pollutant that accelerates climate change and a useful form of energy, it may seem like common sense to harness the methane emissions leaking from decaying organics in… 393 more words

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Rag pickers' services will be recognised by Government; to give national award - The Hindu

The national award, with a cash prize of Rs. 1.5 lakh, will be given to three best rag pickers and three associations.

Now, rag pickers’ services will be recognised by the government which has decided to give national award for their contribution to keep India clean. 322 more words


Agriculture and Environmental Basics: Recycling

Enjoy Jack Johnson’s wonderful tribute to recycling courtesy of YouTube

Anyone who has lived with roommates knows the struggle of sharing the weight of household chores. 655 more words