The mission of UNU-FLORES is to contribute to the development of integrated and sustainable management strategies for the use of water, soil and waste resources in particular in developing and emerging countries in scientific, educational, managerial, technological and institutional terms. Potential issues of focus include: urban water management, nutrient cycles and budgets, methods for reclamation and rehabilitation of degraded sites, site-specific river-basin scale water management; interaction of land use management and water inventory under differing climate conditions, efficient site-adapted waste management strategies, among others. The Institute will develop innovative concepts for target- and region-specific knowledge transfer as well as appropriate methodologies and approaches for postgraduate and professional education. The Institute is located in Dresden, Germany with an expected twin institute component in Maputo, Mozambique. For more information please visit http://flores.unu.edu.
The mission of UNU-FLORES is to contribute to the development of integrated and sustainable management strategies for the use of water, soil and waste resources in particular in developing and emerging countries in scientific…
|PhD Researcher “Resource Nexus Issues Revealed by COVID-19 for Professional Communities in the Agri-Food Supply Chain” Personnel Service Agreement||Dresden, Germany||October 29, 2020|
|Associate Programme Officer (P-2) — SMART-Water Project||Dresden, SN, Germany||October 20, 2020|
|Associate Programme Officer (P-2) — Agri-Food Systems||Dresden, SN, Germany||October 20, 2020|
|PhD Researcher “Barriers to the Adaptation and Implementation of Innovations related to Environmental Resources (water-soil-waste-energy) in Sub-Saharan Africa – the Case of Germany.” (Personal Service Agreement - PSA)||Dresden, Germany||October 19, 2020|