Our Environment, Our Future
Global Waste Cleaning Network – GWCN is an international non-profit network comprised of NGOs, Educational institutions, and private and public 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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Featured Events and Latest News
This free online workshop in Arabic language is organized by our 2 member organizations 'GREENWAVE for Environment and Sustainability' and 'Kuwait Water Association' and is supported by GWCN.Read More
In this webinar which is supported by GWCN, you’ll learn not only the vital role of green gases for net-zero energy systems by 2050 but also how AB Energy UK’s technologies could help your business in reducing emissions in the most cost-efficient way.Read More
This webinar which is organized by our member Y4CAP and supported by GWCN, would enhance the knowledge on the management of waste and about leading a sustainable lifestyle by understanding the impact of waste in our near future.Read More
Recent Stories and Articles
We are wired to trust each other, to communicate our ideas, identities, and beliefs through stories. Every one of us has a story about how climate change has impacted them and everybody has a friend or family member that will listen to that story. Although our old wiring with these ancient evolutionary roots makes us recalcitrant if we all leverage that power of trust and storytelling, we can create the popular movement we need to stop climate change.Read More
One of the best parts of my close association with GWCN was the ability to conduct and write my own scientific articles, which after being vetted, were published on the GWCN website. This was excellent more so because of the global links GWCN has with environmental research organisations and NGOs and my published research was immediately being shared with my peers across the world. I gained some incredible feedback and a chance to view my own work through many different perspectives.Read More
The path to a pandemic is clear. Individuals have caused disruption in land use by way of the intensification of agricultural practices, unviable trade, overproduction and overconsumption. We destroy nature, create a massive loss in biodiversity and clear a path for wildlife, livestock, pathogens and people to walk casually together, hand in hand.Read More