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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 6: Clean Water and SanitationGOAL 7: Affordable and Clean EnergyGOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Organizations relating to Utilities

European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange-gas / Est. 2002
Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation / Est. 1988
Water, Engineering and Development Centre / Est. 1972
Global Information Infrastructure Commission / Est. 1995
Africa Infrastructure Foundation / Est. 1995
Asia-Pacific 2000 / Est. 1991
Helvetas - Swiss Association for International Cooperation / Est. 1955
European High Temperature Reactor Technology Network / Est. 2000
International Private Infrastructure Association / Est. 2004
European Association for the Consumption-based Billing of Energy Costs / Est. 1993
European Network of Scientists, Trade Unionist, Lawyers and Grass-Roots Initiatives to Organize Multinational Defence Against Nuclear Facilities
Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications / Est. 2002
Scudder Latin American Trust for Independent Power
EuroLinux Alliance for a Free Information Infrastructure / Est. 1999
CEAO Rural Water Supply and Livestock Programme / Est. 1979
Composites Bridge Alliance Europe / Est. 2001
European Centre for Infrastructure Studies / Est. 1994
Group of Twenty Four / Est. 1989
International Dark-Sky Association / Est. 1988
European Association for Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles / Est. 1978
Water.org / Est. 1990
Water Utility Partnership for Africa / Est. 1995
Union of the Electricity Industry - Eurelectric / Est. 1999
Institution of Lighting Engineers / Est. 1924
Eastern Asia Water Supply Association

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World Problems relating to Utilities

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Environmental impacts of power stations
Inadequate medical facilities
Environmental hazards from transmission of electricity
Inadequate energy supply infrastructure
Environmental hazards of nuclear power production
Unreliable water source
Inadequate health services
Inadequate water system infrastructure
Inadequate transport infrastructure
Health hazards of electrical transmission lines
Inadequate infrastructure
Deteriorating physical infrastructure in cities
Inappropriate sanitation facilities
Underdevelopment of legal infrastructure
Inadequate housing
Lack of sanitation in cities
Hazardous locations for nuclear power plants
Inadequate road and highway facilities
Lack of acceptable sites for power plants
Underprovision of basic urban services
Environmental hazards from transport systems
Deterioration of nuclear power plants
Bad product design
Delayed completion of construction projects
Weakness of socio-economic infrastructure

Action Strategies relating to Utilities

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Using energy efficient lighting
Providing sanitary water supply
Purifying community water supply
Providing social security services
Managing water supplies
Developing human resources to improve drinking water supply and sanitation
Improving public utilities in urban areas
Ensuring clean drinking water
Informing about unsafe nuclear reactors
Using cogeneration of electricity and heat
Using ecological approach for environmental infrastructure
Improving services infrastructure in poor urban areas
Strengthening integrated approaches to environmental infrastructure
Training in community water resources management
Strengthening water management structure
Delegating community responsibility for water
Fostering small business
Developing internet
Developing value codes for business
Expanding public participation of women in water projects
Training in water sanitation
Developing low-cost approach to improving drinking water supply
Conducting public education programmes on drinking water supply and sanitation
Developing networked documentation services in social sciences
Slowing down building of electricity power stations

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