Investing in a Good Life
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 good life
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How can digitalisation promote transparency, sustainable value chains and resource efficiency? How does digitalisation support the transition to a circular economy? What does the EU Green Deal mean for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and what role does digitalisation play in this? Do you also ponder these questions? What else is relevant for your business? Join our Competence Centre online barcamp, 6 May 2021, and shape the discussion together with peers and experts.
The transition to a circular economy is a systemic shift towards conducting economic activity in ways that lead to growth, resilience, and social equity while at the same using resources in new and innovative ways to close the loop.
A circular economy is functional only insofar as it works for everyone – in line with the German Circularity Act, the European Circular Economy Action Plan part of the EU Green Deal, and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Did you miss our #CircularTuesday articles series? Connect with us on LinkedIn to read more about some of our highlights on circularity tackling consumer behaviour, circular business models, circularity at the city level, and more.
We look forward to engaging with you in creating a circular world!
15 years of working towards a good life for all and looking ahead: How can we support the global recovery and transition to a sustainable life now and in the years to come? We want to celebrate our birthday by focussing on four topics that we believe could have great impact right now. Click here to find out about the topics and how to collaborate with us!
CSCP Impact Map
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The PathoCERT stakeholder mapping and baseline assessment report provides an analytical description of the emergency management system in five European countries/regions (Granada, Spain; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Limassol, Cyprus; Thessaloniki, Greece and Sofia, Bulgaria) and South Korea. The report analyses and explores the existing operational procedures, frameworks and resources within each country as well as the stakeholders operating within. Seeking to lay down the foundations for a multi-stakeholder, participatory and systemic approach to developing solutions, the report also identifies and puts forward opportunities and recommendations for action that could further improve and make the respective emergency management systems more effective and resilient. To explore the different emergency management systems assessed in more detail please take a look at the full report.
Call for Collaboration
The most vulnerable, and therefore the hardest hit by the Corona pandemic are developing countries. There, due to high levels of informality, lack of infrastructure, and poorer living conditions, the effects of the pandemic are felt way more severely. We must, therefore, enhance our international collaboration to support these countries not only in overcoming the present crisis, but also in strengthening their resilience for the future.
If you are interested in collaborating with the CSCP, the Co-Working Space might be the right starting place for you. We are happy to share our Co-Working Space with you again as of 2022. To find out more, please contact Ramon Külpmann.
"WRAP are delighted to partner with the CSCP to find ways of transferring the collaborative approach to food waste measurement and prevention in the UK to Germany. Together with the CSCP we want to find innovative ways to decrease food waste in Germany with a broad coalition of companies, civil society actors, political institutions and scientific institutes."
David Rogers, International Food Waste Programme Manager, WRAP