Enhancing Innovation and Resilience
In the Face of Energy-Climate-Water Challenges
We network to enhance engagement among energy, climate, water, public health, human rights and related communities. We contribute insights for solution generation in light of environmental, cultural, and economic interrelationships. Blending interactive learning, mentoring, and fieldwork - we seek to contribute to evolving research, analysis and innovation. Participants help address human rights, energy, and environmental concerns - engaging in gatherings that range from local to global initiatives.
We are partnered with the United Nations Climate Technology Center and Network to help share best practices. CTCN Membership Letter
Public Interest Grant - Get Involved: We involve participants in research fellowships and service learning opportunities. Our fellowship program offers professionals and graduate students the opportunity to research, analyze, write, and participate in the field of energy-water-climate law and policy development. Over 30 years, we have facilitated research-service learning opportunities for hundreds of participants from over 50 countries. To work on cutting-edge public international law and policy issues email: B@BurlesonInstitute.org
Burleson Institute, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization. Gifts are deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations. We work with governments, nongovernmental entities, tribal peoples and civil society to coordinate sustainability solutions, and we rely on the generosity of our donors to help us achieve our results. To become a partner in our work, visit www.BurlesonInstitute.org and make a secure online donation.
Building on involvement dating back to the drafting of the UNFCCC, the Burleson Institute contributes expertise to the climate negotiations as an IUCN Delegate (Legal Advisor) and for the Legal Research Initiativ.