The Centre provides scientific support to activities undertaken by UNEP and other organisations in the field of SCP. This support includes the development, testing, implementation and monitoring of concrete projects, especially in developing countries, which enables these countries to leapfrog to sustainable consumption and production patterns using life cycle thinking and regional perspectives as guiding principles. Feel free to explore our website, read more about us there or find all information nicely consolidated in our CSCP Information Brochure.
On April 15, 2013 thirty leading low-carbon city development experts and international representatives convened in Beijing to exchange perspectives on the future of China's urbanisation megatrend. The CSCP and Tsinghua moderators helped this leading group lay a foundation for future collaboration efforts.
What opportunities does sustainability-driven innovation offer the ICT sector? What environmental and social sustainability trends will drive the technology sector in the coming years? These are just some of the issues facing the ICT sector today. To move the industry forward with a sustainability driven growth agenda, Deutsche Telekom and the CSCP are organising a Sustainable ICT Innovation workshop.
We care for share - After the world's largest fair for IT and telecommunication, CeBIT, chose the theme 'Shareconomy' for this year's fair, everybody knows and seems to love collaborative consumption. On May 13th the Sharing Economy Conference 2013 in Berlin once again puts it in the very centre of the event.
Today the Industrial Green Tec at the Hannover Fair comes to an end. The CSCP can look back on a week full of many promising dialogues and a successful cooperation.
Guillen/Van Beers/ Rozo/Spittler (2013)