Cluster 2 - Natural Resources

Research projects in the field of resource efficiency and raw materials use

Here you will find associated and participating research projects from the resource efficiency and raw materials cluster.

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ATEAM – Advanced Terrestrial Ecosystem Analysis and Modelling

Ecosystems provide a number of vital services for European people and society. Global environmental changes such as climate change, land use change and atmospheric pollution can have significant effects on these ecosystem services. For example, the capacity of European ecosystems to provide fresh water, agricultural products, biodiversity and recreational opportunities is likely to be affected by global change.

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Attraction in Action (AVRDC)

Using Pheromones and other Safe and Sustainable Management Strategies to Reduce Losses from Insect Pests and Plant Diseases on Vegetable Legumes and Leafy Brassicas in Southeast Asia

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Beating Begomoviruses (AVRDC)

Better livelihoods for farmers in tropical Asia with begomovirus-resistant tomato, hot pepper and mungbean and integrated disease management

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AKIZ — Integriertes Abwasserkonzept für Industriezonen

Within the frame of six sub-projects, German and Vietnamese research and industrial partners jointly perform the research work and practical application of the pilot systems in Tra Noc together with relevant local authorities. Furthermore, the project is conducted in cooperation with ODA partners, like GIZ and KFW.

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INHAND — Integrated Water Management Concept for Craft Villages in Vietnam

The project Integrated Water Management Concept for Craft Villages in Vietnam (INHAND) focuses on a food processing craft village in Vietnam - main product is wine from cassava and rice. Wastewater from this production and households is currently drained untreated into the surrounding rice fields. The objective of INHAND is to develop a wastewater management system and a pilot plant for the village. The pilot plant will be designed as a three step pilot plant: aerobic treatment of the wastewater, anaerobic treatment of the waste streams and a digester drying facility.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological
development and demonstration under grant agreement no 603218.

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