In addition to rigorous research and policy analysis, GWC’s work takes the form of teaching and training, providing advisory services, developing tools and resources, and fostering multi-stakeholder dialogue and knowledge-sharing among policymakers, development advocates, scholars, business leaders, and community stakeholders.
GWC offshoots now exist in several countries around the globe, hosted at campus of universities and organizations partners and works closely with colleagues who are experts in a wide range of disciplines, integrating an international expertise in engineering with diverse fields of economics, law and investment.
Since its founding in 2002, GWC is by now the foremost internationally recognized research organization on the recovery of materials and energy from solid wastes.
Our expertise is sought after; our opinions respected as objective, rigorous, and evidence-based; and our ideas incorporated into the proposals and arguments of decision-makers around the world. Civil society representatives, national officials, business leaders, investor groups, intergovernmental organizations, and countless others look to our research and analysis, consider our proposed solutions, and attend our conferences and workshops. We are incredibly proud of these successes and look forward to even more of an impact in the coming years.