Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation – March 2019 Newsletter

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Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation – March 2019 Newsletter

 

The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation is proudly a partner of the Asia Scotland Institute.  March 2019 updates:

ECCI sets dangerous ideas loose on the public for #EdSciFest

Some of the UK’s bravest thinkers will unleash their most challenging sustainability ideas at ECCI on 6 April for Edinburgh’s annual science festival.

ECCI helps drive to transform 10 industries in 10 years
The centre will work on reducing dependence on fishmeal in animal feed – part of a WWF-founded project to deliver sustainable, affordable food.

Double triumph for ECCI-supported tech entrepreneurs 
Ifeyinwa Kanu of IntelliDigest and Lorenzo Conti of Crover have been awarded Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Fellowships.

Opportunities

Water Witness International seeks part-time Research Assistants
Water Witness International works for a water secure world where all people have reliable access to the water they need to thrive, and are protected against pollution, flooding, drought and water conflict. Apply immediately.

Events

Pass it on Week
Saturday 9 – Sunday 17 March, across Scotland

Pass it on Week is Scotland’s annual celebration of re-use – join in and get swapping, donating, sharing and repairing to help make things last. This year the theme is ‘The Big Declutter’.Switched on Scotland Forum
Wednesday 13 March, Dynamic Earth

The Energy Saving Trust and Transport Scotland bring together a diverse agenda of people and organisations leading the charge for greener transport.

Are the world’s long-term decarbonisation needs compatible with a continuing role for coal? 
Monday 18 March, University of Edinburgh Business School
A panel of experts will analyse the BP 2019 Energy Outlook Report for this joint event with the British Institute of Energy Economics.

Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas: Provocations for a Sustainable Future
Saturday 6 April, ECCI

Some of our brightest and bravest thinkers let their most challenging sustainability ideas loose on the public for this Edinburgh International Science Festival event. Book your place.

 

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