Portal site of Seneffe city (Wallonia) - Site portail de la Commune de Seneffe
Official web site of the town of Floreffe (Belgium, Wallonia).
Official web site of the town of La Bruyère (Belgium, Wallonia).
Official web site of the town of Sambreville (Belgium, Wallonia).
15 Belgian communes and 2 French Mairies participate in the CommunesPlone project. In doing so, they aim to gain independence from IT services providers by developing, essentially by themselves and in a cooperative manner, applications and websites for their own use as well as for their citizens’. CommunesPlones strategy mainly rests on two renowned multiplatform Open Source tools: Zope and Plone.
Expertendatabank contains contact details and expertise profiles of more than 1000 professional women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities in a variety of matters. Female, transgender, immigrant and disabled specialists are well represented in our society, but not yet in the media. The expertendatabank wants to increase their visibility in the media and wants to break the stereotype image. Access to Expertendatabank is reserved for journalists and media players. The data from Expertendatabank may only be used for journalistic purposes: creating programs, writing articles or for the gathering of background information. Expertendatabank is an initiative of Flemish Minister of Equal Opportunities Kathleen Van Brempt.
Development of a network “online” for the quantitative observation of surface water and sewages as well as pluviometry in the region of Bruxelles-Capitale.
Website of the Department of Environment, Nature, and Energy of the Flemish government.
This is the website of the NCP (National Contact Point) of IWT. IWT is the Institute for the Promotion of Innovation by Science and Technology in Flanders. e-NCP provides value-added information on recent developments and opportunities on European R&D programmes. As it addresses researchers in Flanders the web site is in Dutch.
Official web site of the city of Châtelet (Belgium, Wallonia).
The Flemish Environment Agency (Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij, VMM) plays a central role in integrated water policy. VMM monitors water quality and quantity, manages water systems, collects a levy on water pollution and groundwater abstraction, provides advice on environmental permits and takes care of the planning and supervision of water treatment infrastructure. Furthermore VMM monitors air quality and keeps an inventory of emissions. VMM also draws up the Flemish State of the Environment Reports (Milieurapport Vlaanderen, MIRA), makes policy proposals, and participates in international environmental policy.