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Registration : Closed
From 01 Jul 2024 to 05 Jul 2024
World or Multi-Regional / English
Training type : Face to Face
Price : $0.00

The summer school is a university-level course of one week, which takes place in the Netherlands, between 1-5 July 2024. The summer school aims at introducing the topics of sustainable digital transformation through different sub-topics, including but not limited to digital emerging technologies, digital farming and e-waste management. The summer school will allow participants to become familiar to the jargon surrounding digital transformation and sustainability issues through lectures and interactive sessions.

Registration : Opened
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May
2024
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11
Jun
2024
From 18 Jun 2024 to 19 Jun 2024
World or Multi-Regional / English
Training type : Online instructor led
Price : $0.00

This course aims to inform telecommunications policymakers and regulators, particularly those in emerging and developing markets, about the multifaceted relationship between mobile technologies and climate change. It also discusses how the mobile industry is reducing its own impacts on climate change while also enabling climate action in other sectors. Furthermore, it details how policymakers can facilitate climate action across the mobile ecosystem and beyond.

Registration : Opened
10
Jan
2024
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20
Dec
2024
From 10 Jan 2024 to 31 Dec 2024
World or Multi-Regional / English
Training type : Online self-paced
Price : $0.00

A follow-up to the introduction to e-waste policy, this course is a key resource for understanding EPR's foundation and requirements, aimed at assisting in the production of e-waste policy and regulation.

Registration : Opened
10
Jan
2024
to
20
Dec
2024
From 10 Jan 2024 to 31 Dec 2024
World or Multi-Regional / Arabic, World or Multi-Regional / English, World or Multi-Regional / French, World or Multi-Regional / Spanish
Training type : Online self-paced
Price : $0.00

This self-paced course aims to support national stakeholders in developing national Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) policy and regulation. In addition to an introduction and overview, the course consists of the following four modules: 1) Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), 2) Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), 3) Financial Management, and 4) Government Stakeholder Groups and Interests.