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15 Principles of Green Urbanism

The principles of green urbanism depend on the triple-zero systems. These are zero petroleum product vitality utilize, zero waste and zero discharges particularly went for low-to-no-carbon outflows. Lehmann(2010) tries to set up a vital contextual analysis of green urbanism with the seaport city of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. As ...

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Important Reminder || Full paper Dead line || (UTSN) Conference

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For the authors attending the Urban Transit And Sustainable Networks (UTSN) Conference, Here’s an important Reminder!We want to inform you that the deadline for submission of Full Paper will be the 11th of July, 2017. The conference proceedings will be published in: Academic Research Community Archive. CRCPress / Balkema, Taylor & Francis Group. For High-quality manuscripts ...

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IEREK & Springer Collaboration

IEREK announces, with pleasure, its ongoing collaboration with Springer, a world-renowned publisher that serves and supports the research community, in establishing a series of peer-reviewed books with the title of: ‘Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation’ IEREK Interdisciplinary Series for Sustainable Development This Series of books is based on the ...

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Meet Patrik Schumacher in the UEL Summer School

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A two-hour introductory lecture will be given by, Patrik Schumacher, as part of the Summer school of the University of East London. Schumacher is an architect and architectural theorist based in London and is now the principal of the architecture practice Zaha Hadid Architects. The known practice, Zaha Hadid Architects, is ...

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Cultural Heritage and its Conservation

Heritage Conservation

Cultural heritage is the legacy that is inherited from the old ancestors, maintained in the present and bestowed for the benefit of future generations. Cultural heritage includes: Tangible culture (such as buildings, monuments, landscapes, books, works of art, and artifacts) Intangible culture (such as folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge) Natural ...

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Dr. Nabil Khélifi’s Interview

Springer, one of the most known publishing companies of the world, alongside IEREK, an international institution that is concerned with the exchange of knowledge, are both the topic of discussion in an interview with Dr. Nabil Khélifi on ‘Sabah El Balad’ on the Sada El Balad Channel with Egyptian Media ...

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Exploring Luxor and Aswan

Luxor

Luxor and Aswan can be described as ones of the best places you can ever visit and spend your vacation in, especially in the winter because of theirs charming warm climate.They are characterized by their historical sites, therapeutic and business destinations which attract tourists from all over the world. In ...

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To the era of Renewable Energy

Energy Blog

Renewable energy is the energy that comes from renewable natural resources, or in other words, can be defined clean energy, which does not cause any form of forms of pollution. There are several sources of renewable energy, such as wind and water, sunlight and also through water tidal waves. In ...

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Video conference streaming service

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Dear Authors, We are happy to inform you that the video conference streaming service has been added to the international conference on” Cultural Sustainable Tourism” and “Alternative & Renewable Energy Quest Symposium”. You can present your paper(s) and discuss your idea with participants and the committee live and online. Your ...

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Green Urbanism (GU) Proceedings are now online on ScienceDirect

Green Urbanism

The whole proceedings of “Green Urbanism” is now online at:http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/18780296/37 IEREK gained a new creditability to be added to its professional work, and continues exerting efforts before, within and after its conferences. Thanks to all authors and wish you all the best!

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