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Environmental technology in Rhineland-Palatinate

Sustainable technologies and innovations as a contribution to environmental technology and as a guarantor of employment for medium-sized businesses in Rhineland-Palatinate.

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Knowledge transfer and know-how exchange between all participants of the environmental technology industry through a competent network.

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Systematic development of innovation potentials that play a key role in the transition to a green economy.

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Take advantage of the expertise of our members and benefit from the experience of our environmental technology network in order to work together on current environmental technology issues.

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Ruth Boekle, Yumiko Soulier and Barbara Jörg are impressed by the Environmental Campus.

Hiroshima Region informs itself about environmental technology network Ecoliance e.V. 

Yumiko Soulier, consultant for the Hiroshima Region in Japan, reaches the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld in summer temperatures. She will be received by Ruth Boekle, Foreign Trade Officer at the Ministry of Economy, Transport, Agriculture and Viticulture and Barbara Jörg, Environmental Technology, Economy and Resource Efficiency Officer at the Ministry of Environment, Energy, Food and Forestry. Ruth Boekle explains the advantages of Rhineland-Palatinate for economic cooperation and emphasizes the special potential of environmental technology. Barbara Jörg describes goals, tasks and increase in value of the environmental technology network Ecoliance registered association Dr. Michael Knaus, director of the international department in the Institute for Applied Material Flow Management (IfaS), which is settled at the environmental Campus Birkenfeld, reports on the successful course of studies international material flow management (IMAT), which was developed together with the Asia Pacific University in Ritsumeikan. Tamara Breitbach, coordinator of the GreenTech Meta Cluster Greater Green, explains the importance of cross-border cooperation in the Greater Region for environmental technology. Mrs. Soulier was impressed by the concept of the environmental campus. The region is particularly interested in concepts for the conversion of heat into energy, an exchange with experts from Rhineland-Palatinate could be profitable.

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