The Centre provides scientific support to clients from the private and the public sector, such as 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 or find all information nicely consolidated in the CSCP Information Brochure.
Ahmad ur Rehmann Hafiz, consultant of the Collaborating Center on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP), highlighted the achievements of the SWITCH-Asia Sci-Pak project in Pakistan, which implemented a range of energy and resource efficiency initiatives in the country’s textile and tannery sectors.
Nora Brüggemann, CSCP project manager, had the unique chance to review the current lifestyle sustainability of 100 students participating at the congress “Sustainable Insights”.
"Exploring ways for sustainable Transformation in a limited world" takes place from August 30th to September 6th, 2015. The CSCP gladly co-organises for the seventh time the Sustainable Summer School, this year taking place in Jüchen, Germany.
The INNEON infographic shows a collection of facts and figures about Eco-Innovation to draw attention to the relevance and opportunities associated with Eco-Innovation globally and in the EU.
van Beers/Grossi/Ki/ørboe/Brüggemann et al. (2014)
Collaboration for Sustainable Lifestyles through Business and Social Innovations (Berlin Workstudio)
Guillen /Nicolau /Spittler /Duarte /Hicks /van Beers (2014)
Guillen /Nicolau/ van Beers/ Spittler/ Konadu/ Awuye (2013)
Guillen/Van Beers/Nicolau/ Montemayor/Laurel (2013)