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MIT-Portugal 2008 Programme MIT - Portugal 2008 (Programa MIT - Portugal 2008)
The MIT Portugal Program is a large-scale international collaboration involving MIT and government, academia, and industry in Portugal to develop (...)

The MIT Portugal Program is a large-scale international collaboration involving MIT and government, academia, and industry in Portugal to develop education and research programs related to engineering systems. The high-level partnership represents a strategic commitment by the Portuguese government to science, technology, and higher education that leverages MIT’s experience in these important areas in order to strengthen the country’s knowledge base through an investment in human capital and institution building.

A significant achievement of the MIT Portugal Program to date is its success in developing highly skilled human resources in the scientific and technological community in Portugal. Noted here are the numbers of students enrolled in MIT Portugal PhD and Executive Master's degree programs in Portuguese universities, and of researchers holding post-doctoral and doctoral contracts in Portuguese institutions. In addition, a large group of faculty and researchers at MIT and at eight Portuguese institutions participate in the Program's educational and research initiatives. These numbers are for the first three academic years of the Program, including 2009-2010.
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RIU The Research Into Use Programme (The Research Into Use Programme)
Objectives: The primary aim of this programme is to get 30 of the most promising research outputs - mainly from the former Renewable Natural (...)
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The primary aim of this programme is to get 30 of the most promising research outputs - mainly from the former Renewable Natural Resources Research Strategy (RNRRS) - into use but it will also draw from other research outputs which have the potential to make significant impacts on poverty and achieve growth in the agriculture and natural resources sectors, both in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
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GreenSoft Green Software Engineering
Green IT is the study and practice of designing, manufacturing, using and disposing IT related hardware products in an efficient sustainable way with (...)
Green IT is the study and practice of designing, manufacturing, using and disposing IT related hardware products in an efficient sustainable way with minimal or even no impact on the environment.

Green Software Engineering is the attempt to apply these "green" principles known from hardware products also on software products, software development processes and their underlying software process models.

The first main goal of the project is to to design a conceptual reference model supporting IT professionals and software users in the sustainable development and usage of software. The second main goal is to develop a software toolbox called "Sustainable Software Support Center" (S3C) that assists IT professionals in realizing systainable, resource-friendly software products.
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iTEAM integrated Transportation and Energy Activity-based Model (Modelo Integrado para Simulação de Politicas Energeticas e Ambientais)
 This research project proposes to develop an integrated model of land use, transportation, and energy for the evaluation of a range of “green (...)

 This research project proposes to develop an integrated model of land use, transportation, and energy for the evaluation of a range of “green policies” aiming at enhancing sustainability and well-being. The model will include both individual/household

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NEHAPS National environmental health action plans
At the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, held in Budapest in June 2004, ministers of health and environment from across (...)

At the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health, held in Budapest in June 2004, ministers of health and environment from across the European Region committed their countries to updating their NEHAPs in the light of the outcomes of the Conference, which included an agreement to develop by 2007, action plans to protect children's health against environmental hazards.

The development of NEHAPs across Europe was first agreed in Helsinki in 1994, following the publication of the Environmental Health Action Plan for Europe (EHAPE), then in June 1999, environment and health ministers committed themselves to endorsing and strongly supporting the implementation of NEHAPs in the London Declaration, at the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health.

By 2002, 43 countries had developed NEHAPs and were beginning to implement them.  NEHAPs are usually drawn up in cooperation with a wide range of partners, including professional and technical experts, national, regional and local authorities and nongovernmental organizations.

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