Collaborative Solutions for
a Sustainable Planet
Who we are
The Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) is an international nonprofit Think and Do tank that works with businesses, policy makers, partner organisations and civil society towards a sustainable planet
Can robots make medical and health care more humane? Will I be able to work on the beach as if I were sitting in the office in the near future? Do I want this? Digitalisation is happening now. It affects not only our private life, it affects the way we work as well as our work’s social and ecological impacts…
Titled “Checklist for Implementing Green Public Procurement in Bhutan”, the publication has been designed to help Bhutanese public procurers and policymakers get started on green and sustainable purchasing. In the last 3.5 years, the EU SWITCH-Asia funded GPP Bhutan project has conducted research, trained public procurers, sensitised suppliers and piloted GPP projects in an effort to introduce and implement green public procurement in Bhutan.
Call for Collabortion
Information and communication technology has become indispensable in our daily lives. Making connectivity pervasive, it has fundamentally changed our interaction with each other and with the world, and will continue to do so at an accelerated speed.
We welcomed artist Dr. Ulrika Eller-Rüter, Professor of Painting at Alanus University of the Arts and Sciences in Bonn and Founder of the “Kunst im sozialen Brennpunkt” Institute, to our Co-Working Space, where we talked about taking art into the board room and affecting change on a larger scale.
If you are interested in collaborating with the CSCP, the Co-Working Space might be the right starting place for you. To find out more, contact Katharina Luckner.
"CSCP promotes innovation and provides significant support to finding sustainable development solutions. In the realm of sustainable consumption, it inspires new ways of thinking sustainability, placing the individual as the starting point of change, understanding that less consumption is driven by wellbeing and happiness."
Marina Bortoletti, UNEP Brazil