RE-DIRECT is an INTERREG NWE project which deals with the conversion of bio-wastes like grasscut and landscape cutting materials like bushes, shrubs etc. into charcoal to substitute fossile coal.
LEVEL5 is used as instrument for competence development of local stakeholders and local capacity building processes,

RE-DIRECT – Conference in Baden Baden on 26./27.02.2019

The project consortium of the RE-DIRECT project invites you to its European conference taking place in Baden-Baden, Germany, on the 26th and 27th of February, 2019. The conference aims at discussing the current state of play, sharing and learning from innovative practices, exploring ways forward for using regional biomass for circular products and economic transformation. Apart from the one-day conference, you can visit the first large-scale IFBB-plant which has very recently been extended with a pyrolysis and activation unit for…

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Seasons Greetings 2018-2019

Happy New year to all of you! Looking back onto 2018 gives me some mixed feelings. I just had a look at last years’ season’s greetings and must admit that things haven’t developed in an extraordinarily positive direction – neither related to international nor European affairs. Right wing movements are getting stronger and European values being ignored and trampled underfoot, increasing conflicts and decreasing cooperation became a reality in a Europe which has to re-define its identity. Will we go…

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Giving a like on facebook is not an action against Climate Change

Jila from Indonesia states that there´s a need of collective and direct actions instead of giving likes on facebook. The increase of campaigns could stop the climate change most effective. And even though it is hard to replace fossil fuels because it is cheap there are perfect alternatives like geothermal systems. Also biomass is a great opportunity to change behaviour in espacially rural areas, where lot´s of fossil fuels is used. Interview by Angela Monica

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Stop wasting resources!

Emine from Morocco is worrying about the future of the planat. As a mother she cares about what could happen to the next generation if climate change isn´t stopped. One very important action is to convince people to stop wasting resources – that means to consider the everyday use of food and engergy for instance. Interview bei Angela Monica.

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What will happen to the next Generation?

Akajanga from the Victoria Lake Region is wondering how the effects of climate change like floods, irregular rain patterns and global warming are affecting our next generation. He thinks, that biomass and solar engery are very important for ending the use of fossil fuels that are responsible for a large scale of the climate change. Interview by Ginthushaann Indirakumar

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Biomass is a solution – but not everywhere available

We were talking to Merwan from Morocco – a youth delegate of the young people climate summit COY13. He mentions a one month lasting festival in Morocco where uge amounts of coal are used for BBQs. Also products extracted from biomass could help stop the climate change – but one problem could be a missing availability in strong affect areas in the world. Interview by Angela Monica

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