Europe’s border regions and shared maritime areas are facing increased negative impacts due to climate change, but countries and regions responsible for these areas are already taking action at transnational scale to adapt to these impacts according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing published today.
Waste Management has published a “thank you” letter to reviewers for their dedication to the journal in 2017. The editorial team recognize 32 top reviewers for their distinguished reviews both in the number and quality. A short bio and photo of each top reviewer are followed. View more information
Publication date: 1 February 2019Source: Waste Management, Volume 84Author(s): Adeline Mertenat, Stefan Diener, Christian ZurbrüggAbstractCities of low and middle-income countries face severe challenges in managing the increasing amount of waste produced, especially the organic fraction. Black Soldier Fly (BSF) biowaste treatment is an attractive treatment option as it offers a solution for waste management while […]