Ley del Medio Ambiente

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Reformas a la ley del medio ambiente, en su Articulo 3 para incorporar el tema de desarrollo sostenible y sustentable; en su Articulo 4 para incorporar el tema de adaptación y reducción de vulnerabilidad frente al cambio climático, e incorporar Titulo VI Bis (2) capitulo único para incorporar la adaptación al cambio climático.
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OUR WASTE, OUR RESOURCES: A STRATEGY FOR ENGLAND

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This is England's resource and waste strategy which is in alignment with the 25 Year Environment Plan, the aim of which is to leave the environment in a better position for future generations. Sustainable Consumption and Production is at the heart of this strategy, particularly in chapter 2 which outlines plans for a domestic ecolabel, plastics waste reduction, and proposed deposit return scheme for bottles, amongst other things.
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Seizing the opportunity: using plastic only when it...

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The policy paper looks at existing alternatives to fast-moving and short-lived plastic applications, and calls for the EU to introduce reduction targets for single-use plastics within the EU Strategy on Plastics in the Circular Economy.
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The German government's National Programme on...

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The National Programme on Sustainable Consumption is a first step towards implementing the 2030 Agenda. It is meant to support efforts to bring German consumption patterns and lifestyles into harmony with the planet's limits. In order to achieve this, the programme is designed to expand on instruments and approaches that have been successful to date, but also to initiate new projects. The programme aims to make sustainable consumption possible and easy for everyone and to move sustainable consumption from a niche role into the mainstream. The programme explicitly addresses not only consumers, but also all relevant stakeholders including the business and trade sectors, civil society, the media, the scientific community, local authorities, religious bodies, etc. It also addresses the public sector, which must lead the way as a role model.
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