Linked University Consortia for Environment and Development - Industry and Urban Areas (LUCED-I&UA)
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  • Date of completion: 2005-01-01
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  • This voluntary initiative came from Partnerships for SD (CSD11/WSSD)
Government of Botswana
Government of Denmark
Government of Malaysia
Government of South Africa
Government of Thailand

Major Groups:
Danish University Consortium for Environment and Development (Denmark)
University Consortium for Environment and Dev. (Denmark)
University Consortium for Environment and Dev. (Malaysia)
Consortium of Universities for Environment and Dev (South Africa)
University Consortium for Environment and Dev. (Thailand)
Local Governments ()
Ministries of Environment ()
NGOs ()
SME and Larger industries ()
Universities ()

The University of Botswana. (Botswana)
Aalborg University (Denmark)
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Denmark)
The Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)
University Malaya (Malaysia)
University Putra (Malaysia)
University Teknologi (Malaysia)
Industry & Urban Areas (SACUDE-I&UA): (South Africa)
The University of Cape Town, (South Africa)
The University of Durban-Westville (South Africa)
The University of the Western Cape, (South Africa)
Chiang Mai University, (Thailand)
Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
Industry & Urban Areas (TUCED-I&UA): ()
Mahidol University, ()
Natal University ()
Prince of Songkla University. ()
School of Architecture, and Roskilde University ()
The University of Witwatersrand, ()
University Kabangsaan ()

Description/achievement of initiative
The universities of LUCED-I&UA partnership cooperate through a partnering arrangement with the aim to increase and link teaching and research capacity in environmental management at the universities with environmental management practices in environmental administrative units, organisations and the private sector in the participating countries. The main cooperating activities are human resource development through exchange of students, researchers and teachers; course and curriculum development; improved teaching methods; research networking; continued education, and joint research.

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