Let’s go see the famed peninsula aboard the all-electric Dat Bike Weaver. Known as the “green lung” of Da Nang, the nature reserve is located just 10 km east of the city’s center. You’ll see a pristine ecosystem bearing with the country’s wildlife and rich biological diversity. See it and leave it unharmed in the Mekong Region’s first sustainability-first tour. We promise an unforgettable experience in a tour that seeks to preserve the environment. About the Creator: Zero Emission Tour. We’re a first-of-our-kind sustainable tour conducted in an environmentally responsible manner. Our tours are conducted with respect to our surroundings with as high a sustainability element as possible, starting with our mode of transportation.About Dat Bike: Local electric motorcycle company Dat Bike recently rolled out its first consumer-ready model, the Weaver. Quiet, lightweight and carrying a 110cc engine, this is a bike like none other, fitting for a first-of-its kind Zero Emission Tour.
Erscheinungsdatum: 10.09.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Sustainable Mobility - Possibility of Zero Emission through Electric Mobility?, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 2010 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Kiermasch, Cornelius M. P., Verlag: GRIN Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Sonstiges, Seiten: 28, Gewicht: 55 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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This study was conducted at Hisar and Karnal district of Haryana, India, to create awareness towards sequestration of greenhouse gases for sustainable agriculture. The 125 farmers were selected and interviewed with the help of well-structured schedule. The majority of the farmers were of middle age group (36-50 years), educated up to matric, belonged to a joint family (5-6 members), performed only farming and had average land holding up to 5 acres. The result shown that farmers' awareness towards greenhouse gases, climate change and global warming were found fully aware as per farmers' responses. Major causes of greenhouse gases were high use of inorganic farm inputs (2.88), intensive tillage practices (2.75) and etc. Very serious losses due to greenhouse gases were crop benefit ratio decreased, crop damaged due to adverse climatic uncertainty. Results pertaining adoption of alternative measures for sequestration of greenhouse gases for sustainable agriculture was medium. Farm practices like the evolution of new crop cultivars, crop diversification, zero tillage and integrated farming practices were found very effective among the farmers to reduce the greenhouse gases emission.
As Ethiopia aims to leap frog to a middle income country, with an ambitious zero net emission by 2025, the country is working strenuously on renewable and clean energy. But on the other hand rapid economic growth and population expansion are putting high demand for energy, water and food. Energy plays a central part in Ethiopia's effort to the reduction of poverty and to achieving sustainable development, since it touches all features of development, economic, social, and environment, including household welfare, health, population levels, and education and gender issues. In addition none of the SDGs can be met without access to clean and efficient energy services. This paper identified the Impact of Small Scale Biogas Technology on Household Income and Health in Ada'a local administration, Oromia Region, Ethiopia. 9 kebeles (smallest local administration) were purposively selected where there are high number of biogas users.
It is possible to define zero energy/emission buildings by various aspects.Energy consumption in operation phase of the buildings is the majority discussion in this field.EU s targets regarding climate change and energy for sustainable growth which were approved by European parliament include greenhouse gas emission reduction by 20%,increase in consuming of renewable energy resources by 20% and achieving 20% increase in energy efficiency for moving toward zero energy/emission buildings until 2020.The zero energy/emission buildings are gaining interest as renewable energy resources which help to capture green house gases emission, especially CO2 emission.By considering this fact that residential buildings consume 40% of total delivered energy in Sweden,the scientifically assessment of CO2 level in this country by residential sector on one hand and implementing new technologies for decreasing GHG emission in term of decreasing energy consumption on the other hand are very important. By knowing this fact that for producing 1KWh energy in Sweden around 40g CO2 emission is released,in two million Swedish single family houses it is possible to capture around 800000 tonnes CO2 emission