Science for a Sustainable Future

Creating knowledge and understanding through science equips us to find solutions to todays acute economic, social and environmental challenges and to achieving sustainable development and greener societies. As no one country can achieve sustainable development alone, international scientific cooperation contributes, not only to scientific knowledge but also to building peace. Read more

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12 February 2013 UN kicks off year promoting international cooperation on water management
21 May 2012 Cultural diversity is crucial for development
24 May 2011 Capacity Development issues on Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in Central Asia discussed by authorities and experts
31 January 2011 UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan request for proposal development and preparation of Renewable Energy Sector training course for decision makers in the area of Renewable Energy
13 January 2010 UNESCOs commitment to the International Year of Biodiversity 2010 (IYB)
14 October 2009 UNESCO promote Integrated Water Resources Management" course in Kyrgyzstan
23 June 2009 Ideas flow into water resources
4 February 2009 UNESCO Promotes Training in Integrated Water Resources Management
2 December 2008 UNESCO strengthens cooperation with the Community of Independent States
19 March 2008 World Water Day 2008: Sanitation Message from Mr Koichiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO
13 February 2008 Planet Earth - Launch of International Year at UNESCO
8 August 2007 Ministers: Research-Policy Dialogue Vital to Social Development
11 June 2007 Kyrgyzstan formed a Man and Biosphere Committee
27 November 2006 Central Asia Seminar-workshop on Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators: Trends and Challenges, 27-29 November 2006, Almaty, Kazakhstan
7 October 2004 U.S. - Eurasia Energy Technology Commercialization Workshop, Spring 2005, Deadline - October 25, 2004