overseas: in brief

January 2009
Sustain' Magazine;2009, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p15
The article offers news briefs related to sustainable development worldwide. It is stated that the high energy costs made the companies to become more energy efficient in their operations in Canada. SgurrEnergy has been appointed by the European Union-China Energy and Environment Programme to advise on the potential for China to exploit its offshore wind resource. International companies are assisting Egypt on its Integrated Irrigation Improvement and Management Project.


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