Building on the success of inaugural event in 2013, The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES)will be hosting WES on Climate Change 2015 from 21 July to 24 July 2015 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Focusing on Sustainable Urban Development for Global Climate Resilience as its theme this year, WES on Climate Change 2015 will see four days of high-calibre discussion amongst international thought leaders on adaptation and mitigation to climate change.
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Submit your technical paper for an opportunity to present your ideas, research findings and case studies to a specialised audience with steadfast interests in sustainability.
Participate in WES 2015, which discusses a variety of topics relating to climate change and hear from guests-of-honour, Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for National Security and Minister for Home Affairs, Singapore and Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Singapore, as well as a stellar line-up of international speakers. Catch early bird rates today!
Rally greater action to build climate resilience by capturing real episodes of environmental changes occurring around us and submit your photographs to the WES Photography Competition.
Encourage the younger ones to get an early head start by taking part in the Energy Innovation Challenge International Challenge or the National Engineers Day held in Singapore and graced by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education. Contact Shirlene Tang firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Join our supportive sponsors and partners to drive change through WES 2015!
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utorak, 14. travnja 2015.
petak, 20. ožujka 2015.
Fucus vesiculosus, may be an effective alternative treatment for hypothyroidism for some people as it contains iodine found naturally in the sea. Hypothyroidism, also called underactive thyroid, is a condition where the thyroid gland fails to produce enough thyroid hormone. This results in one’s metabolism falling outside of the desired range. There are a wide range of thyroid medications available, both natural and pharmaceutical. As with all medicines, Fucus can occasionally cause side effects, so always consult your healthcare practitioner before starting treatment.
Hashimoto’s thyroiditis is the most common form of hypothyroidism. It is considered to be an autoimmune disease as the body mistakes the thyroid gland for a foreign body and sends antibodies to attack it which eventually destroy it over time. This leaves the body without essential thyroid hormones that are required for controlling body temperature, appetite and rate of metabolism. If left untreated, hypothyroidism can lead to serious health disorders that could prove fatal.
Symptoms of an underactive thyroid include tiredness, reduced heart rate and pulse, weight gain, dry skin and hair, hair loss, sensitivity to cold, confusion, anxiety, depression, joint pain, headaches, numbness in the extremities and menstrual problems. However, as these symptoms can be attributed to any number of health problems they are often overlooked. If you are experiencing a combination of the aforementioned symptoms without any obvious cause, contact your doctor immediately for a check-up.
According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, those who experience hypothyroidism due to a iodine deficiency may be able to treat their condition with kelp. Iodine, found naturally in kelp, is required to enable the thyroid gland to function correctly. The majority of people in the western world use iodized salt and therefore do not need to supplement with iodine unless they suffer from hypothyroidism.
Fucus is rich in iodine and is available in many different forms including tinctures and standardized extracts. According to the NYU Langone Medical Center, fucus is often referred to as kelp as it is present in a large number of kelp tablets. However, kelp is not considered to be the same as fucus as it is actually a different form of seaweed. The University of Maryland Medical Center recommends a dose of 600mg fucus one to three times per day to stimulate thyroid activity. It is not recommended to self-treat hypothyroidism with fucus.
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utorak, 17. ožujka 2015.
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The industry’s most influential decision makers all under one roof.
|Renewable Energy World Europe I 9 - 11 June 2015 I Amsterdam RAI I Amsterdam I The Netherlands|
|Europe’s energy transition is placing renewables at the forefront of that change. The delivery of ambitious energy policies and climate change targets will depend on the successful integration of wind, solar, hydro, biomass and tidal power into Europe’s energy mix.|
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Attracting over 12,000 professionals, the combination of conferences and exhibitions across the entire spectrum of power generation is unique and is serving the vital move towards integrating the traditional fossil fuel and fast-growing renewable generation sectors.
Renewable Energy World Europe and POWER-GEN Europe deliver the industry’s most influential decision makers under one roof.
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utorak, 3. ožujka 2015.
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Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum and Exhibition
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at 2015MIECF Green Forum
|2015MIECF offers you the platform to meet green visionaries, leading industry players and regional policy makers.|
Gain valuable insights at our Green Forum on different topics and meet with key decision makers.
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