United Nations University – Institute for Water, Environment and Health

UNU-INWEH is a member of the United Nations University family of organizations. It is the United Nations Think Tank on Water created by the UNU Governing Council in 1996. The vision of the institute is a world free of water problems where sustainable human development and environmental health and security are assured for all. The mission is to help resolve pressing water challenges that are of concern to the United Nations, its Member States, and their people, through i) synthesis of existing bodies of scientific research; ii) cutting edge targeted research that identifies emerging policy issues; iii) application of on-the ground, science backed scalable solutions; and, iv) targeted public outreach.

Country of registration
Canada
Network member number
N0248
Acronym
UNU-INWEH
Address
<p>204 - 175 Longwood Road South, Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 0A1, Canada</p>
Relation to CTCN
Network Member
Knowledge Partner
Enablers
Capacity building and training
Communication and awareness
Economics and financial decision-making
Governance and planning
Type of organisation
Research and academic institution
Type of climate technology services
Capacity building
Collaboration in innovation
Knowledge management
Policy and planning
Technology development/transfer
CTCN Keyword Matches
Aerobic wastewater treatment
Bioenergy
Biogas for heating
Coastal monitoring
Coastal Zones
Domestic water treatment & management
Ecosystem restoration and conservation plans
Energy supply from waste
Fisheries management
Forestry
Integrated coastal zone management
Mangroves conservation and rehabilitation
Marine and Fisheries
Marine protected areas
Point of use water treatment
Ponds and tanks
Renewable energy
Sustainable forest management
Waste Management
Wastewater
Wastewater management systems
Wastewater treatment plant
Water
Water pollution
Sector(s) of expertise
Agriculture and forestry
Coastal zones
Renewable energy
Forestry
Infrastructure and Urban planning
Marine and Fisheries
Waste management
Water
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Eritrea
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South Sudan
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Zimbabwe
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Myanmar (Burma)
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