The Télé-GMI website enables users to declare minimum-impact geothermal projects (GMI) online. The online declaration process was introduced in 2015 to facilitate the implementation of the majority of near-surface geothermal operations. Deep geothermal operations – which can have a potentially greater impact on the environment – are subject to a different procedure.
Lumni Enseignement - Educational resources for teachers and students
The Lumni Enseignement platform provides primary and secondary school teachers and their pupils with a wide range of educational resources from public partners (public media and cultural and scientif…
Naïades: data on surface water quality
It is easy to find measurement data on the quality of rivers and water bodies via the Naïades website. Surface water-quality monitoring includes different types of data such as hydrobiology, hydromor…
ORACLES is a multidisciplinary ANR project, set up to address the operational need to plan for coastal flooding. It is studying challenges relating to the production, interpretation and visualisation…
RéSoCIO - Exploiting social networks during natural disasters
The ANR RéSoCIO project aims to demonstrate the value and feasibility of setting up automated tools and a process to exploit data from the social network Twitter that can be used during crises caused…
National Register of Waste, Excavated Soil and Sediments
The website of the National Register of Waste, Excavated Soil and Sediments provides an online service for reporting the information necessary for tracing this waste.