Questions related to Environmental Technology
What do you think about the current energy transition? Are all the countries ready to forgo the fossil fuels and shift to renewable energy? Will this energy transition help to fulfill the goals of sustainable development from its different sides (economically, socially, environmentally, technologically)?
Due to the current civilization progress in recent decades, acceleration of the development of industry, automotive, urban agglomerations, intensification of agricultural production, etc. and related greenhouse gas emissions, global warming, ozone layer depletion in the atecologicalecologicalmosphere, increase of environmental pollution, growing problem of smog in urban agglomerations, the increase in pollution of the seas and oceans to which unsorted waste is thrown away is cut out as part of the predatory economy of tropical forests in the Amazon and other largest natural forest ecosystems.
In addition, the secondary effect of global warming of the Earth's climate is the increasing, more frequent weather anomalies, including drought, leading to steppe and desertification of areas that were previously natural forest ecosystems or areas exploited by agriculture.
As a result of the above-mentioned processes, every year many species of flora and fauna disappear forever.
As a result, natural biodiversity diminishes, which for millions of years evolved evolutionally on Earth.
In this way the natural resources of the planet Earth are irretrievably in decline.
In view of the above, the issue of environmental protection and biodiversity is one of the most important challenges of humanity in the 21st century.
Classical economics must change towards a green economy based on the strategy of sustainable pro-ecological development.
Therefore, I am asking you for the following query:
How can environmental protection and biodiversity be improved by using current ecological technologies?
Please, answer, comments.
I invite you to the discussion.
Most of the reserchers have digested the gill tissue with nitric acid and perchloric acid (4:1 ratio) but rest of the tissues in fish they have used only nitric acid. Is it because of the difference in composition muscle and gill tissue? If yes, what is their composition?
I am professor of Pharmacology and they invited me to:
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Conference Date: 23 - 24 June 2018
Could anyone tell me where I can find the Canada soil data base which based by HWSD. My research basin located in Quebec, so Quebec soil base is also available.
The format of soil data base should be shapfiles.
Thanks a lot in advance.
I am going to start work on biofertilizer, please suggest me which is best biofertilizer for detailed study. Please suggest me a good bio-fertilizer for detailed study?
I'm planning to work on solid waste and its impact on environment. Is understanding of Microflora in dumpsites/landfills help me in understanding any aspect of bioremediation? If yes biochemical test more reliable method or NGS for characterisation?
In particular,would the complete retention of slow-growing methanogenic organisms improve the applicability of anaerobic processes to more waste streams? How
would AnMBRs compare to existing high-rate anaerobic processes, for example,
the upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor? What waste streams
would be most suitable to treat with AnMBRs? What design and operational
Can a technical innovation system be done before adopting and implementing a technology? How could that happen for sustainable sanitation technologies ?
BIOWASTE : 23750 TONS/ANNUM
DRY MATTER : 30 PERCENT i.e 7125 T/A
ORGANIC DRY MATTER(VOLATILE) : 70 PERCENT i.e 4987.5 T/A
ODM/DAY = 4987.5/365 = 13.66 T/A
Is this the feedstock for my process ? In dranco feed is added in the ratio 1 part fresh feedstock : 6 parts of digestate. Then, What will be total feedstock for my system ? Also, Considering HRT =20 days then what will be the volume of my digester/reactor and Organic Loading rate ? PLEASE CLEAR THIS DOUBT
Among my options I'm considering using polylactate, fumarate, acetate, glucose, yeast extract or molasses. ¿at what concentration could work well?
Any suggestions of role of sulfates (Na2SO4.10H20) as trace elements in anaerobic synthetic wastewater treatment (glycerol, NaNO3, KH2PO4) in batch reactor (increasing of sulfates in wastewater favorise removal of COD)?