Environmental and Climate Technologies

Environmental and Climate Technologies is a Open Access no fee scientific Journal published by Riga Technical University.

All issues of Environmental and Climate Technologies are available here: https://content.sciendo.com/view/journals/rtuect/rtuect-overview.xml

The Journal ensures international publicity for original research and innovative work. Journal can also provide special issues with Conferences. Special issue and conditions needs to be discussed prior the Conference. For more details, please, contact us via e-mail ect@rtu.lv

A variety of themes are covered through a multi-disciplinary approach which integrates all aspects of environmental science:

  • Bioeconomy and low carbon development
  • Biofuels and alternative fuels
  • Energy and carbon markets
  • Energy and environmental modelling
  • Energy efficiency improvement
  • Energy management, policy and economics
  • Green transport systems
  • Heat and power generation, incl. district heating and/or cooling
  • Pollution prevention
  • Renewable energy
  • Resilience
  • Resource efficiency, circular economy and ecodesign
  • Smart energy and zero carbon technologies
  • System approach integration in energy sector

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Special Issue of the scientific journal "Environmental and Climate Technologies"

Special Issue of Environmental and Climate Technologies Part I: Energy, bioeconomy, climate changes and environment nexus has been published!  
Posted: 2019-11-28 More...

Current volume of the scientific journal "Environmental and Climate Technologies"


The papers published in 2019 are available here.

Posted: 2019-11-28 More...

Apply for CONECT 2020!


We are happy to announce that paper submission for CONECT 2020 has been open!

CONECT 2020 will be held from 13–15 May 2020 in Riga, Latvia.

The newest information about the Conference can be found in the Conference's website: CONECT.RTU.LV

Posted: 2019-05-28

CONECT 2019 has been successfully finished


CONECT 2019 was held from 15–17 May 2019 in Riga, Latvia by bringing together scientists from 23 countries.

The submitted papers will be published in the special issues of the scientific journal "Environmental Management" and "Environmental and Climate Technologies".


More information and photos from the Conference: here


Posted: 2019-05-28

Newest volume of international scientific journal "Environmental and Climate Technologies"



In 2018, the newest 22nd volume of the scientific journal of "Environmental and Climate Technolgies" is published!

All papers from the latest and previous volumes can be find in the publisher website: here.


Together 12 articles were published:


Determination of Kinetic Parameters for the Thermal Decomposition of Parthenium hysterophoru

By: Alok Dhaundiyal, Suraj B. Singh, Muammel M. Hanon and Rekha Rawat
Study of Hygrothermal Processes in External Walls with Internal Insulation

By: Edite Biseniece, Ritvars Freimanis, Reinis Purvins, Armands Gravelsins, Aivars Pumpurs and Andra Blumberga
Small Scale Gasification Application and Perspectives in Circular Economy

By: Maris Klavins, Valdis Bisters and Juris Burlakovs
Effects of Methyl Acetate as Oxygenated Fuel Blending on Performance and Emissions of SI Engine

By: Abdulvahap Cakmak, Murat Kapusuz, Orkhan Ganiyev and Hakan Ozcan

Stakeholders in the EIA Process: What is Important for them? The Case of Road Construction

By: Renata Dagiliute and Gintare Juozapaitiene

Clayton Copula as an Alternative Perspective of Multi-Reaction Model

By: Alok Dhaundiyal, Suraj B. Singh, Muammel M. Hanon and Norbert Schrempf
Forecast of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Energy Consumption in Industry Sectors in Thailand

By: Pruethsan Sutthichaimethee and Danupon Ariyasajjakorn
The Assessment of Cost of Biomass from Post-Mining Peaty Lands for Pellet Fabrication

By: Aleh Rodzkin, Semjon Kundas, Yauheniya Charnenak, Boris Khroustalev and Wendelin Wichtmann
An Experimental Optimization Research of Methyl and Ethyl Esters Production from Safflower Oil
By: Mert Gulum and Atilla Bilgin
Production of Fish Feed and Fish Oil from Waste Biomass Using Microorganisms: Overview of Methods Analyzing Resource Availab
By: Kriss Spalvins and Dagnija Blumberga

The Significance of Building Design for the Climate

By: Aiman Albatayneh, Dariusz Alterman, Adrian Page and Behdad Moghta

Evaluation of Predictive Capabilities of Regression Models and Artificial Neural Networks for Density and Viscosity Measurements of Different Biodiesel‑Diesel-Vegetable Oil Ternary Blends

By: Mert Gulum, Funda Kutlu Onay and Atilla Bilgin

Posted: 2019-01-29
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