Infrastructure

Social equality and economic prosperity depend on investments in infrastructure. But even basic services such as electricity, sanitation, and water remain out of reach for billions of people, creating barriers to the industrial and technological progress that drives developing country success. Building sustainable resource value chains will require the freedom to innovate that only robust infrastructure can provide.

UNU's work in cities is helping to ensure that rapid urban expansion can mitigate risks from climate change, and provide safe housing and a secure network of services for all.

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Seminar

The Impact of Telepresence Technologies on the Place Attachment of Syrian Refugees in the Netherlands

ONLINE: On 27 October 2023, UNU-MERIT will host a presentation by migration researcher Mohammad Khalaf.

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Brief

A Global Architecture for Artificial Intelligence

Consolidating key questions surrounding global AI governance.

17 Oct 2023

Blog Post

On the Unsustainability of ChatGPT: Impact of Large Language Models on the Sustainable Development Goals

A blog on the talk by UNU Macau's Head of Research, Dr. Serge Stinckwich, the first session of the new UNU Generative AI series of webinars.

08 Sep 2023