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| Posted March 30, 2020

The CSCP Supports Solingen to Revitalise its City Centre by Boosting Sustainable Manufacturing in “Gläserne Manufaktur”

The city of Solingen has a clear and ambitious goal: revitalise the inner city by boosting manufacturing. Think of a large and dusty retail property totally reinvented: from a forgotten vacant location to a space where manufacturers can sell their products under a common roof and make manufacturing more tangible to the wider public. The […]

| Posted March 30, 2020

‘weiter_wirken’ Our New Programme on Fostering Sustainable Behaviour for NRW-based NGOs

Changing behaviours towards greater sustainability is an important, but also very complex task. It requires not only challenging existing belief systems and practices, but also coming up with creative ways to introduce and promote more sustainable ones. ‘weiter_wirken – Communicating Sustainability Successfully’ takes the model of our Academy of Change and brings it into the […]

| Posted March 25, 2020

REIF Project on Intelligent Food Chains Has Kicked-Off

Food industry is complex: product safety requirements are strict, forecasts for agricultural outcome are unreliable, and consumption trends can change quickly. In Germany, vast quantities of food, amounting for up to 11 million tons, get lost during the production process alone. Smart food chains, that reduce waste and help preserve the eco-system, are needed more […]

| Posted March 24, 2020

Meet Christian Malarciuc, New Project Manager in the Sustainable Lifestyles (SL) Team

Christian, a former market researcher, will support the CSCP in projects focusing on behaviour change and will work closely with NGOs and businesses in fostering more sustainable lifestyle practices. Why did you want to work for the CSCP? As someone who has always been interested in both the theoretical as well as practical underpinnings of […]

| Posted March 19, 2020

We’re Open for Collaboration!

As an international think and do tank, with stakeholders and partners around the globe, the CSCP is following the developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic closely. As we try to adapt to the changing circumstances attentively and responsibly, we are striving to find new and creative ways to continue our work and carry forth our […]

| Posted March 18, 2020

Join Our Webinar: Circular Economy on the City Level, 1 April 2020 at 1pm CET

In the light of new developments related to the coronavirus, the NetWorkshop on Circular Cities>Towns>Villages and Municipal Utilities, originally planned for 1 and 2 April 2020 is postponed and will be rescheduled on a later date. However, the CSCP and Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) have put together an informative and hands-on digital programme to deliver […]

| Posted March 12, 2020

Watch our #ITBdigital Webinar: Sustainable Tourism as an Opportunity for Destinations

What does sustainable innovation mean to the tourism business? How can the tourism industry and their supporting businesses make their existing and new products more sustainable as well as attractive to the mass market? Can tourism become a force for doing good? The SUS-ISLAND project tackled all these questions. Watch our ITBdigital webinar to learn […]

| Posted March 11, 2020

The National Dialogue Forum for Reduction of Food Waste in Wholesale and Retail Kicks-Off in Berlin, 21 April 2020

The German Federal Government has set a clear target: Significant reduction of food waste along the entire food supply chain by 2030. Within the framework of this agenda, the Federal Minister of Agriculture, Julia Klöckner will officialy launch the Dialogue Forum for Reduction of Food Waste in Wholesale and Retail (HandelsforumRVL) on 21 April 2020 […]

| Posted February 25, 2020

Join us at the #ITBdigital: Sustainable Tourism as an Opportunity for Destinations on March 5 at 2pm CET

What does sustainable innovation mean to the tourism business? How can the tourism industry and their supporting businesses make their existing and new products more sustainable as well as attractive to the mass market? Can tourism become a force for doing good? The SUS-ISLAND project tackled these questions in their project. Join us at #ITBdigital […]

| Posted February 13, 2020

Procura+ Awards

Application to the Procura+ Awards for Innovative and Sustainable Procurements is Open – Submit Yours Until 31 March! Are you a public authority? Have you implemented any procurements and/or related initiatives with remarkable innovation elements or significant economic, environmental and social impact? Then, submit your application for the 2020 edition of the Procura+ Awards – […]