The 2000-Watt Smart City Association

2000 watt per person is the amount of constant consumption each person may use in order to be carbon neutral (or what we would rather call, a sustainable level of emissions). The 2000-Watt Concept was initially developed at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH, 1998). The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) has thenContinue reading “The 2000-Watt Smart City Association”

The EA Project present at The Sustainable Events Show 2021!

Chantal Amador, founder of The EA Project, will be speaking at the 12-noon panel: Social Sustainability – The Responsibility of Events to The Wider Local Community with other big names of the events industry at The Barbican, London, on November the 25th, 2021. A unique occasion to take further action by sharing tips on howContinue reading “The EA Project present at The Sustainable Events Show 2021!”

Meet our next study case: smart cities and low tech!

Meet Roger A. Jann, partner at 2000-Watt Smart Cities Association at our next CSN event on December, 9th in our brand new virtual Christmas tavern! How it works: 1-Register here: www.eventbrite.com/e/202110878077/?discount=earlybird and add the event to your calendar2-Enjoy life and come back later3-Check your emails for updates, instructions and to receive your link to the event + your networking zoneContinue reading “Meet our next study case: smart cities and low tech!”

Turning waste into energy without emitting CO2 and with the efficiency of fossil fuel plants

Thousands of acres of landfills all over the world, polluting our soil. What if we could start working on emptying them to make green hydrogen and start restoring our land? This innovation we are about to share with is the result of years of research from our member Maurizio Malugani, an Italian Industrial chemistry researcher,Continue reading “Turning waste into energy without emitting CO2 and with the efficiency of fossil fuel plants”

COP26 was not a sustainable event and this needs to change.

After a week here at COP26 – UN Climate Change Conference, going from prestigious events to cocktails to after parties, from “single use compostable cups” to “eco-friendly” buffets, every single day since I arrived, trying to go where the decision makers are, the only thing keeping me grounded is by walking to the event venues everyContinue reading “COP26 was not a sustainable event and this needs to change.”

The EA Project and one member from The Circular Society Network in the news

Exciting news! – Attila Suba, CEO of the Green Revolution Foundation and The EA Project were mentioned in the #news this week! 😎🎉 Attila says: “Business is waking up and looking for sustainable projects. So the EA matchmaking project is amazing and necessary.” Read the interview here: https://quota.media/cop26-hemp-not-politicians-or-billionaires-will-solve-climate-change/ A mind-blowing interview with Quota.Media about a project that could really change the game onContinue reading “The EA Project and one member from The Circular Society Network in the news”

Our member Attila Suba gives an interview to Quota

I am very proud to share this interview of our Circular Society Network member, Attila Suba, with our media partner Quota.Media (thanks again for highlighting this incredible story!). In anticipation of COP26, listen to them talk about the positive role hemp can play in climate action and in our food systems (in addition of so many other sectors too!). This miracle resource canContinue reading “Our member Attila Suba gives an interview to Quota”

The EA Project welcomes their new media partner, Quota (Food Systems News).

The EA Project is proud to introduce their new media partner, Quota. The EA Project was created to unite people around climate action and social causes, break silos and enable collaborations between the main following industries: Agriculture, Transportation, Construction, Industry and Energy, and support them with the help of leaders & experts in finance/investment, education, governance/policy, energy, mobility,Continue reading “The EA Project welcomes their new media partner, Quota (Food Systems News).”

Guess who is going to COP26?

1- Behavior change, unity, and collaboration are crucial factors that can really accelerate our transformation. And it is NOT only professionals’ business. The general public, civil society must get involved, see behind the scenes to feel concerned, feel part of this mission and therefore take action. Unfortunately, climate action does not sound sexy. And so it isContinue reading “Guess who is going to COP26?”

Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam

Attila Suba, Founder & CEO of The Green Revolution Foundation Hemp is a miracle material for all industries (aviation, energy, manufacturing, food, construction etc). It captures CO2, reduces our environmental impact and creates huge business opportunities. The average coffee shop in Amsterdam generates 6M euros of turnover a year. The global cannabidiol (CBD) market size was valued at USDContinue reading “Support The First Coffee Shop for Climate Action in Amsterdam”