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Digital Europa Thesaurus management of resources
PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES | 4 January 2021
Sustainable Management of Water Resources in rural areas in Uzbekistan The Programme is meant to focus on Water efficiency in agriculture. It aims at strengthening technical and institutional capacities for WM...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
The majority of resources used today are non-renewable and are set to become increasingly scarce given rising demand and unsustainable consumption patterns. Global material extraction...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Globally, the absolute number of undernourished people has been on the rise since 2014, reaching an estimated 821 million people (some 11% of the population) in 2017. In 2017, some...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Growing population, urbanization, increasing demand for agricultural and industrial production, economic growth, and climate change are putting water resources under ever-increasing strain (pdf)...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
By 2040, more than 1 billion households and 11 billion smart appliances could be part of the interconnected electricity systems. The digitalization of the energy system can considerably...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Increasing rate of desertification reduces the amount of farming land.| Related Megatrends: Climate and environment In China, soil erosion is of about 5 billion tonnes annually affecting...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Despite the international efforts, the world hunger has been on the rise for the past three years. The absolute number of undernourished people (those facing chronic food deprivation)...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Desalination only provides 1% of the world's drinking water via 18,000 desalination plants using either thermal evaporation or membrane separation. New technologies create lower...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
The share of renewables in the power mix could rise from 25% today to 40% or even 66% in 2040. In 2017, only 12.1% of global power came from clean sources...