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| Posted May 16, 2019

The CSCP Joins the Investor Selection Committee for the Sustainable Packaging Investment Summit in London 11 July 2019

The Sustainable Packaging Investment Summit in London on 11 July 2019, connects innovators and start-ups working in sustainability with investors, consumer brands and packaging companies. Alexis Figeac, Head of the Sustainable Business and Entrepreneurship (SBE) Team at the CSCP, supports the Summit as part of the Investor selection committee. Most of the products we use […]

| Posted May 13, 2019

Join Us at the the Global Fashion Agenda in Copenhagen 15 and 16 May 2019

How can fashion become more sustainable? The Global Fashion Agenda (GFA) has invited the CSCP to contribute to their upcoming Copenhagen Fashion Summit on 15 and 16 May 2019 to answer that question. GFA has become the world’s leading business forum on sustainability in fashion. As a meeting platform for the fashion sector’s decision-makers, leading […]

| Posted April 30, 2019

Bio-based Material of the Year 2019

For the twelfth year in a row, the innovation award “Bio-based Material of the Year” will be granted to the innovative bio-based chemicals and materials industry for finding new applications and markets for their bio-based materials. This year, 6 candidates are nominated for the award. The winners will be selected at the “12th International Conference […]

| Posted April 16, 2019

Save the Date: Sustainability is a Behavioural Challenge, 1 July 2019 in Brussels

Changes in consumption patterns and mainstream lifestyles are a critical and integral part of the solutions package to addressing climate change, especially if we are to deliver on the 1.5°C target. In this transition towards a more sustainable society, understanding how humans actually think and behave is crucial. It consists of a game-changing approach in […]

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Product Innovation Through Sustainability – Pioneer Workshop 14 May 2019

Today, good sustainability performance is commonly associated with having a small footprint. This is to reduce negative sustainability impacts, such as CO2 emissions, waste of natural resources, poor working conditions, etc. Of course, this is key but there is more to explore! What about the positive impacts that our actions, processes and products are having on […]

| Posted April 4, 2019

4th Circular Change Conference on 16 – 17 May in Maribor, Slovenia

The Circular Change Conference, taking place in Maribor, Slovenia, 16-17 May 2019, is one of the most prominent annual gatherings of the circular economy community, sustainable businesses and government actors in Europe. The ambition of the 4th Circular Change Conference is to move towards “less talk, more action”. We are inviting you to explore what […]

| Posted March 28, 2019

How to Create More Environmental Value AND More Economic Value

What does a small producer of jeans have in common with a large manufacturer of jet engines, a green government building and one of the world’s most efficient water systems? They are all creating extra value with circular business models while simultaneously reducing negative environmental impacts. The CSCP coordinates the R2Pi Project – Transition from […]

| Posted March 27, 2019

Leading NGOs Come Together in Berlin to Complete the Academy of Change Programme

What are the 10 golden rules for designing behaviour change interventions? How do values support or hinder specific behaviours and why is it important to address people as citizens instead of as consumers? These were some of the main questions discussed in the final Academy of Change workshop in Berlin in February 2019 with more […]

| Posted March 26, 2019

Addressing Climate Change Will Require Radical Changes: the 1.5-Degree Lifestyles Report is Out

Sustainable lifestyles remain a touchy subject, often avoided in decisions and actions towards a sustainable future. A new report makes the argument that changes in our consumption patterns and lifestyles are inevitable, and does the numbers crunching to demonstrate the magnitude of potential changes in lifestyles needed in order to achieve the 1.5-degree celsius aspirational […]