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Umweltverträglicher Zement für Länder mit Bauboom

Ein indischer Arbeiter baut mit LC3-Zementblöcken eine Mauer.

01.01.2013 - 31.05.2017

Die DEZA fördert die Entwicklung eines umweltverträglichen Zementtyps. Sie unterstützt ein Team aus der Schweiz, Indien und Kuba, welches die Eigenschaften der neuen umweltfreundlichen Zementart LC3 erforscht und diesen probeweise produziert. LC3 hat eine andere Rezeptur als herkömmlicher Zement, was dazu führt, dass bei der Produktion bis zu 30% weniger CO2 entstehen.

Land/Region Thema Periode Budget
Indien
Umwelt
Milderung der Auswirkungen des Klimawandels
ALLGEMEINER UMWELTSCHUTZ
Schutz der Biosphäre

01.01.2013 - 31.05.2017


CHF 4'092'000



Projekt abgeschlossen

Unterstützung des Bausektors in Indien: Verbesserung der Energieeffizienz von Gebäuden

Wohngebäude in Indien

15.12.2012 - 30.11.2017

Die DEZA unterstützt die indische Regierung in ihren Bestrebungen, den Energieverbrauch von neuen Gebäuden zu verringern. Im Rahmen dieses Projekts werden die Kompetenzen von Architekten, Bauherren, Ingenieuren und Forschungsanstalten auf dem Gebiet der Energieeffizienz gestärkt.

Land/Region Thema Periode Budget
Indien
Umwelt
Milderung der Auswirkungen des Klimawandels
ALLGEMEINER UMWELTSCHUTZ
Schutz der Biosphäre

15.12.2012 - 30.11.2017


CHF 4'965'000



Projekt abgeschlossen

Händewaschen soll eine Selbstverständlichkeit werden

Mithilfe von Markern wird hier nachgewiesen, wie gründlich die Kinder ihre Hände gewaschen haben

01.04.2012 - 30.06.2014

In den Entwicklungsländern sind Durchfall und akute Entzündungen der Atemwege die Hauptursache der Kindersterblichkeit (zwei Drittel der Todesfälle) – fünfmal mehr als Malaria und dreizehnmal mehr als HIV/Aids. Gründliches Händewaschen mit Seife schützt wirksam vor diesen Infektionskrankheiten. In Indien will die DEZA das Händewaschen mit einer grossen Aufklärungskampagne fördern, an der sich soziale Medien, Cricketstars und Bollywood beteiligen.

Land/Region Thema Periode Budget
Afrika
Indien
Trinkwasser und Siedlungshygiene (WASH – Wasser für Menschen)
Übertragbare Krankheiten
WASSER UND SIEDLUNGSHYGIENE
GESUNDHEIT
Grundversorgung im Bereich Wasser und Siedlungshygiene
Bekämpfung von Infektionskrankheiten

01.04.2012 - 30.06.2014


CHF 1'200'000



Geplantes Projekt

Capacity building project for low carbon and climate resilient city development in India (CapaCITIES)

01.08.2019 - 30.09.2021

India is facing the challenges of rapid urbanisation, growing urban poverty and risks posed by climate change. Integrating climate change strategies in urban planning and governance through a combination of measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to cope with the effects of a changing climate have been identified as a key approach for sustainable cities in India. SDC aims to support this approach by building up capacities of national and city authorities, transferring expertise and best practices in selected sectors, and facilitating learning among cities.


Clean Air Project in India (CAP India)

01.07.2019 - 30.06.2027

India is one of the most severely affected countries by air pollution in the world. This project will contribute to India’s new National Clean Air Programme, with the aim to improve air quality with co-benefits on public health, environment and climate change. Capacity building and technical assistance through Swiss expertise will support data measurement and analysis, city level clean air action plans and awareness raising campaigns to take precautionary measures and mitigate air pollution.


Remote sensing-based Information and Insurance for Crops in Emerging economies (RIICE) - Phase 3

01.08.2018 - 30.06.2021

Extreme weather events increasingly affect small-scale producers in Asia. Satellites and other information technologies present tremendous potential for improved country-wide monitoring of crop growth and insurance solutions for extreme weather events. With RIICE, SDC supports the integration of expertise from Swiss private actors and international public research centres toward modernizing public agricultural services and crop insurance programmes, offering performant solutions to Governments and producers to cope with production shortfalls.


Clean Energy Policy (CEP)

01.06.2018 - 31.12.2019

India has put forth an ambitious plan for decarbonisation of its economy as part of the post 2020 Nationally Determined Contribution under Paris Climate Agreement. The achievement of these targets needs development of appropriate energy transition in the coming two years (2018-19). This single-phase project will support the Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation to setup a Platform which will deliberate on the energy choices and solutions.


Indo-Swiss Collaboration in Biotechnology (ISCB)

01.11.2017 - 31.10.2019

The Indo-Swiss Collaboration on Biotechnology is a long-standing (over 40 years) agricultural research cooperation between Switzerland and India. It aims to develop products (seed varieties, cultivation techniques) that respond to the needs of India’s smallholder farmers. Currently, four networks of Indian and Swiss institutions are researching on biofertilizer and –irrigation, finger millet, pigeon pea and cassava. A final phase will allow them to finalize their research, and give space to properly document the partnership and develop knowledge products.


Indo-Swiss Programme on Building Energy Efficiency (BEEP)

01.10.2017 - 31.12.2021

Globally buildings account for 35% of energy use and about 20% of GHG emissions. In India, buildings even consume 40% of all energy and cause 40% of CO2 emissions. Phase 2 of BEEP has shown that 30-45% of energy savings are possible in India with marginal additional costs compared to the current way of constructing. Based on the achievements of the previous phase, Phase 3 will focus on mainstreaming and scaling-up energy efficient and thermally comfortable building design and on promoting the on-site use of renewable energy sources.


Low Carbon Cement (LCC)

01.06.2017 - 31.05.2020

In the production of cement, CO2 is emitted through fossil fuel combustion and through a chemical reaction of the raw materials. Because cement is used widely as a construction material, its production contributes significantly to global warming. In Phase 1 of the project, EPFL in collaboration with partner institutions in Cuba and India conducted extensive research on a new cement type (LC3) which emits 10-30% less CO2 emissions compared to commercially available cements. Phase 2 of the project aims at preparing the grounds for large-scale production of the new cement by the industry, with a particular focus on India and Cuba.



Indian Himalayas Climate Adaptation Programme

01.01.2016 - 31.12.2019

The sensitivity of the Indian Himalayan Region (IHR) to changes in global climate has been recognised and given priority by the Government of India. However, knowledge and scientific information on climate change impacts on the IHR is still limited and capacities to adapt are weak. The Indian Himalayas Climate Adaptation Programme (IHCAP) aims at bridging the knowledge gap on climate change impacts and response measures by supporting collaborative research, capacity building and knowledge exchange and dissemination.

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