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UNEP RELATED TRAINGINGS 2016

This is a listing of EETU (UNEP) related workshops, seminars and training programmes on environmental education as per the UNEP's thematic areas. For specific details of the events, please follow the links provided.

68th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Short Course on Integrated Water Resource Management and Health
Dates: 31 August - 23 September 2016
Target Audience: This course is especially designed to meet the professional demand of experts and decision makers working in environment protection with special focus on safeguarding water resources.
Location: TU Dresden, Germany
Organisers: UNEP, UNESCO, The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), The German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) and TU Dresden.
Website: SC68

7th Central Asian Leadership Program for Sustainable Development
Summary: Central Asian Leadership Program for Sustainable Development (CALP) is the flagship initiative of the Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia (CAREC), and a unique example of multi-partner and cross-sectoral project in the region of Central Asia and Afghanistan, successfully operating since 2010 to the present time, with the support of UNEP, CAREC, the Government of Norway and the Program Office of the OSCE in Astana.
Target group: Decision-makers of Central Asia.
Focus areas: Water SDGs implementation in the region and Water cooperation in Central Asia.
Dates: 19 – 30 September 2016.
Location: San José and Talamanca, Costa Rica
Organisers: Regional Environmental Centre for Central Asia and UNEP.
Website: 7th CALPESD 2016

69th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Short Course on Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency
Dates: 5 October - 2 November 2016
Target Audience: The course will be most beneficial to specialists at upper managerial level with a profound professional experience in energy management, urban infrastructure development, public utilities as well as the power industry.
Location: TU Dresden, Germany
Organisers: UNEP, UNESCO, The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), The German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) and TU Dresden.
Website: SC69

70th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Short Course on Sustainable Cities
Dates: 17 November - 13 December 2016
Target Audience: This course is designed mainly for managers and decision-makers with pertinent professional experience in urban land use management and planning.
Location: TU Dresden, Germany
Organisers: UNEP, UNESCO, The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), The German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) and TU Dresden.
Website: SC70

Youth Encounter on Sustainability YES Iran 2016
Summary: Build capacities, create memories, shape our future: Youth Encounter on Sustainability YES is the impact lab for agents of sustainable change. Set in a truly diverse environment, YES offers a unique learning experience for students and young professionals from all fields and countries.
Dates: 4 - 17 December 2016.
Location: Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran
Organisers: Myclimate and UNEP.
Website: YES Iran 2016

40th UNEP/UNESCO/BMUB International Postgraduate Course on Environmental Management for Developing and Emerging Countries (EM40)
Dates: 10 January - 11 July 2017
Target Audience: This course is particularly designed for decision-makers of public administration both at national and local level requiring an overall-competence in environmental matters.
Location: TU Dresden, Germany
Organisers: UNEP, UNESCO, The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), The German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) and TU Dresden.
Website: EM40

 

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