International Waters learning Exchange & Resource Network

Patrick Weiler, Assistant Project Officer

He supports day-to-day implementation of the work plan of GEF IW:LEARN3 based on the UNDP Project Document, serving on a multi-disciplinary PCU, including staff and consultants from various partner organizations. Patrick is responsible for various technical duties and helps with the implementation of all activities of the project, as well as the supervision of the PCU.

Contact:, +421.2.59337.168+421.2.59337.168 

Brief Bio:
Patrick previously served as a research associate on the “Good Practices and Portfolio Learning in GEF Transboundary Freshwater and Marine Legal and Institutional Frameworks International Waters” Project from 2008-2011. In that capacity, Patrick organized, facilitated and served as rapporteur for several project meetings and workshops, helped develop the Project’s experiential learning tools and authored a “Best Practices Report” on the Mekong River Commission. Patrick worked as an intern for Tides Canada Foundation during the summer of 2011, where he conducted research as part of Tides Canada’s National Energy Strategy Portfolio. Patrick is a recent graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of British Columbia (2012) with a specialization in environmental law, international law and natural resources law after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University in 2008. Patrick speaks conversational French and very basic Spanish.