As the year draws to a close, all of us at UNU-EHS would like to sincerely thank you for supporting and following our work in 2018. We wish you happy holidays and look forward to collaborating, engaging and exchanging ideas with all of you in the New Year as we move forward on the pathway to a more sustainable world.
Director of UNU-EHS
An overview of UNU-EHS at COP24
Applications for the International Joint Master’s Programme “Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security” is open!
Deadline: 15 January 2019.
UNU-EHS is looking for a candidate to manage research on interactions between environmental transformation and socio-economic, cultural, and other factors.
UNU-EHS expert Simone Sandholz names five promising methods to makes cities more sustainable and resilient amidst the growing populations.
Our expert Dr. Erick Tambo, based in what has now become a new UN duty station, had the opportunity to present our research activities to the UN Resident Coordinator.