The workshop will be held at San Miguel de Allende on March 8-10, 2017. Learn more about the workshop.
ACEEE’s interest in the energy–water nexus comes from the fact that a large amount of energy is consumed in the water and wastewater industries, as well as in water end-uses, primarily water heating. Click to read more.
If you want your work to be green, you’ll find all kinds of green jobs here, from renewable energy jobs to green building jobs, organic industry jobs, policy, planning and scientific jobs that restore our natural resources. Click to read more.
CLEAResult, an Austin-based consulting firm that designs and implements energy efficiency programs nationwide, is looking for engineering students for our Fall 2016 Intern Program. Based on performance, interns will be considered for internships in the Fall of 2016 and full-time Engineering positions if you are graduating soon. Click to read more.
The nexus platform allows the identification of local and site specific tradeoffs and hotspots, which facilitate dialogue among stakeholders. From among those hotspots, therole of soils in global water and food security, and the vital function of soil as a structured, dynamic, natural, organized system and of green water to food and water securities is explored. The group focus is upon localization of resources, use of the nexus platform, improved utilization of greenwater, and better understating the impacts of water reuse on the soil–water ecosystem. Click to read more.