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Global Waste Cleaning Network – GWCN is an international non-profit network comprised of NGOs, Educational institutions, and private and public sector companies, that are active and interested in environmental issues related to the management and reduction of waste, whether solid, liquid or gaseous.
GWCN is in particular dedicated to conserving and maintaining healthy oceans, coastlines, lands and the atmosphere for both people and nature.
GWCN supports environmental activities, showcases, connects and trains its network members, contributes to environmental debates, fosters environmental research, and spreads environment related information.
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GWCN is a Network Partner of the Waste Management Europe Exhibition & Conference.
The event held under the formal patronage of the Italian Ministry of Ecological Transition (MITE), has already attracted a very strong set of governmental, commercial and industry partners to help assess the way in which Europe manages its waste and ecological footprint.
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Dr. Roger Achkar and Ms. Emilia Dazhuk are keynote speakers at the conference organized in Almaty by CSD, Kazakhstan (GWCN member organization) on the 23rd of February 2022, and titled ‘Plastic in Circular Economy: Production - Processing - Secondary Usage’. GWCN presentation title is: Circular Economy: - Avoiding and Reducing Plastic Waste.Read More
Recent Stories and Articles
India’s combination of economic and environmental pressures has created a hotbed of energy innovation. Through its dedication to policy and technology, the country is steadily progressing towards the ideals set forth in the Paris Agreement and INDC target(s).Read More
Nigeria has huge renewable water resources and yet is still experiencing water scarcity. Employing the best renewable energy options that best fit a location and making wise investment decisions will pave the way for sustainable water resource management.Read More
The slow onset of climate change events such as drought and desertification has an impact on water resources. The northeast region of Nigeria is in the semi-arid climatic zone and exposing largely to the risk of drought and desertification than the other part of the country.Read More