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UNESCO Nomination for University of Twente Sustainability Course

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21 Jun 2016

The short course programme Designing Green Climate Fund Projects (ICREP) has been nominated for the UNESCO-Japan Prize on Education for Sustainable Development.

Festival-style Summer School at the University of Twente

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11 Mar 2016

CuriousU combines an international summer school and with a festival. Topics include health, robotics, water and entrepreneurship from beginner to advanced level.

Call for Abstracts: Workshop on the Gender Dimension of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the Middle East and North Africa Region

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07 Sep 2015

Workshop on 4 November 2015, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

This workshop aims to bring together different perspectives to understanding and improving the gender dimension of the water-energy-food nexus.

CSTM's Joy Clancy leads Program to further Knowledge on Energy Access for Women and Girls

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02 Jun 2015

The International Network on Gender and Sustainable Energy, ENERGIA, and the UK Department for International Development, DFID, signed an agreement to advance knowledge and awareness regarding the impact of energy access on women and girls.

CSTM organises Eseia Conference 2014

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01 Apr 2014

On 24-25 April IGS and CSTM organise the Eseia 2014 conference at the University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands (Eseia is the European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance). The conference’s main topic is “Smart and green transitions in cities and regions”. The conference program involves keynotes, a meeting with business companies, a field trip, diner, and over 35 academic paper presentations.

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