United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) Opens Office in Bonn, Germany
PROMOTING COMPETITIVNESS AND STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION
Dr. Rüdiger Kühr, Mitautor der Studie Global E-Waste Monitor 2020 und Direktor des Programms für nachhaltige Kreisläufe
The Global E-waste Monitor 2020 provides the most comprehensive overview of the global e-waste challenge,
Tokyo/Bonn, 27 May 2020 — The United Nations University (UNU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Shen Xiaomeng to the
Moscow, Russia, 20-23 January 2020 – The Regional E-waste Monitor project in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) plus Georgia, Turkmenistan, and
In the framework of the E-waste Monitor in the Arab Region project, the SCYCLE Programme, ITU, and UNEP,
Stronger Training and Increased Knowledge for Better Enforcement (STrIKE) – Waste & Mercury
The objective of this project is to provide well-evidenced quantitative information on portable battery
What is the role of consumer behavioral change in a circular economy?
The United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) – the Sustainable Cycles Programme (SCYCLE),
Tokyo, Geneva, Bonn, 09 October 2019 ― The United Nations University (UNU) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding agreeing to…
1st Oct. 2019 After twelve years hosting by the SCYCLE Programme, the Solving the E-waste Problem (StEP) Initiative has just become an official Association under Austrian law. This was mainly…
E-waste is referred to as the world’s fastest growing solid waste stream. Since 2000, e-waste has grown from 20 million to 50 million tonnes per year.
SCYCLE authors substantially contributed to the recently published Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Handbook (Elsevier—Woodhead Publishing Series) and to Waste:
Growing electronic waste (e-waste or WEEE) volumes from consumers are
The EWAM is a global forum for stakeholders involved in the practical
The E-Waste Academy – Manager (EWAM) cohort is going to Costa Rica in March 2019.
Technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution show a huge potential and