The strategy of designing sustainable infrastructure is gaining momentum in research, policy, and management circles. The eNetwork is but one web-enabled activity among others in the field. We list below some of the key networks, which visitors to this site are encouraged to explore.

Links to Relevant Networks

Below you will find web links to relevant networks. If you have additional networks that you would like to be acknowledged email us HERE.

Network CNRD

Responsible for organization of annual conference WSCC, link:
Contact person: Sven Tönsjost,

Global Green-Gray Community of Practice

A hybrid green-gray approach to infrastructure — one that combines “green” ecosystem conservation and restoration with “gray” conventional engineering — can generate more benefits and climate resilience for people and nature than either strategy applied alone.

American Society of Civil Engineers: Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI)

Advancing water resources and environmental solutions to achieve a sustainable future.  The Environmental & Water Resources Institute is ASCE’s technical source for environmental and water-related issues. EWRI is one of nine ASCE technical institutes.

Duke | Sustainable Infrastructure - From Principles to Practice

The Sustainable Infrastructure Community of Learners (SI-CoL) is a network of individuals and organizations with expertise and dedication to capacity development for sustainable infrastructure.

The International Conference on Engineering and Food Security in Africa

The International conference on “Engineering and Food Security in Africa”, held in Tunis, Tunisia, 24-25 June 2019, was organised by the Order of Tunisian Engineers, an important national member of WFEO, with support from the Committee on Engineering and the Environment, and under the patronage of UNESCO.

2iE - Institut International d'Ingénierie de l'Eau et de l'Environnement

The story of 2iE is that of a commitment to youth. Originally, a collective political commitment. That of fourteen West and Central African states determined to endow their new government structures, resulting from independence, with executives trained on their own continent. 


WaterNet is a regional network of university departments and research and training institutes specialising in water. The network aims to build regional institutional and human capacity in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) through training, education, research and outreach by harnessing the complementary strengths of member institutions in the region and elsewhere. WaterNet member institutions have expertise in various aspects of water resources management and are based in Southern and East Africa.

The Green Forum

Share and discuss insights with a global community of professionals working towards a sustainable economic transformation.
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UN Economic and Social Council’s High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development

High-level segment: ministerial meeting of the high-level Economic and Social Council political forum on sustainable development, convened under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council | 6–15 July 2021