Light for Rohingyas.
Since the end of August 2017, Rohingyas have been fleeing Burma and pouring into refugee camps in southern Bangladesh. These people are fleeing what the UN has described as “ethnic cleansing” in Myanmar. The already overcrowded camps continue to take in more refugees every day. It is estimated that their number will soon exceed the one million mark. Living conditions in the camps are particularly precarious and NGOs and international organisations on the ground are painting an alarming picture.
Intervention domainsEnergy efficiency - Environmental approach of urbanism - Energy efficiency - Regulations - Audit - Consultancy - Studies and Engineering - Photovoltaic solar - Renewables energies - Eco-design and clean technologies - Eco-materials, Eco-design and Eco-products, Alternative raw materials - Sustainable urban planning - Environmental and social Investments - Implementing territorial sustainable development policies
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- ademe-sunna-design-rohingyas-en( pdf - 1.14 MB )