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The project “Finding the right tools to promote ESL” focused on sharing information by facilitating the dissemination of resources in a creative, friendly and inspiring way. The navigation tool was aimed at educational authorities and in particular at national focal points for the SDG’s, the 10-YFP, and the GAP. Policy makers, teachers and others working to promote #SDG4 and #SDG12.
Free process that allows certified farms measure and analyze its individual performance on environmental, social and quality issues through indicators. The indicators used are: water use, energy use, active ingredient comsumption, waste management, carbon footprint, absenteeism, accidentality and severity, and economic issues.
It was implemented since 1998 and continues evolving to ensure robust, transparent and sustainable floriculture.
Sustainability-oriented Service Innovation: an approach to resource-conserving at tourist accommodation
This report summarises progress in deploying the sustainable hospitality solution ‘My Green Butler’ (SDG 9), and the management challenges that go into implementing responsible consumption and production (SDG12) within their tourist accommodation. Findings show once management can see the previously invisible areas of waste, they become significantly more motivated to take innovative steps to save resources that can become part of their competitive point of difference and appeal to guests.
The "Let's take care of the planet!" Project comes from an application to the Citizens Activites Program, co-financed by the EEA Grants Fund, supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. The Calouste Gulbenkiam Foundation and the Bissaya Barreto Foundation are the managing entities of this program.
In line with the country’s implementation of the National Environmental Awareness and Education Act of 2008, the Philippines has an ongoing biennial national competition called the National Search for Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Schools (NSSEFS).
The Global Search for Sustainable School- Philippines was launched to raise the bar of NSSEFS. Assistance will be granted to chosen schools to realize its implementation plans and make their schools become models of other schools.
The South African Plastics Pact is the first African Plastics Pact to join a global network of national and regional initiatives that bring together businesses, governments and NGOs in a country or region behind the common vision of the New Plastics Economy. The Plastics Pact network is a unique platform to exchange learnings and best practices across the globe, to accelerate the transition to a circular economy for plastic.
Impulses for Socially Responsible Public Procurement of Municipalities in Global Value Chains (ISOPP)
The ISOPP Project aims at addressing challenges for the implementation of Social Responsible Public Procurement (SRPP) through transformative research and creating a network of municipal actors. ISOPP is conducted in cooperation with the Services Agency Municipalities in One World of Engagement Global financed by the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
Municipalities Promoting and Shaping Sustainable Value Creation (MUPASS) - Public Procurement as a Tool for Fair and Sustainable Production
The project strives to fill existing research gaps in the field of social responsible public procurement, e.g. regarding effective governance conditions and effects of SRPP on global value chains. It supports knowledge diffusion and exchange of experiences by experts and practitioners through regular Dialoge Fora. MUPASS is conducted together with the Services Agency Municipalities in One World of Engagement Global financed by the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
In Cuba, there is a high prevalence of overweight and obesity in the population with an increasing trend, associated, among other factors, to inadequate food patterns. In particular, children are affected by this problem, hence the urgent need for them to adopt healthy food patterns, as well as of adopting public policies and systems that promote nutritious and accessible food for all, based on the environment protection and the sustainable use of natural resources.
The Kyrgyz Republic has become one of 9 countries participating in the Global Search for Sustainable Schools (GSSS) since March 2019.
The Kyrgyz Republic has become one of 9 countries participating in the GSSS since March 2019. Ths GSSS is a project under the Sustainable Lifestyles and Education (SLE) programme of the One Planet Network. It is funded through the Trust Fund of the Network, administered by UNEP with the contributionfrom the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.
La recuperación del cultivo tradicional de arroz y trigo para la soberanía alimentaria en sistemas integrados de producción agroecológica.
El trigo y el arroz siguen siendo la base de los alimentos en las familias campesinas y se consumen diariamente, además los subproductos de la trilla se utilizan como alimento para animales, especialmente aves. Su cultivo combinado con tecnologías apropiadas contribuirá a la soberanía alimentaria y energética, la conservación del suelo y la mitigación del cambio climático en sistemas de producción agroecológicos integrados sostenibles contribuyendo a 14 de los 17 ODS.
Envisioning Future Low-Carbon Lifestyles and Transitioning Instruments Project Phase II "Analysis and Proposal of the Future Scenario for Sustainable Lifestyles for Climate Change Mitigation""
The project will identify opportunities of low-carbon lifestyles and develop city-level lifestyle scenarios through a combination of quantitative analysis and household participatory process. The project is built on the scientific methodology established in the "1.5-Degree Lifestyles: Targets and options for reducing lifestyle carbon footprints" and findings from the project Phase I. Case studies in the project will include several cities in Brazil, India, South Africa, Thailand, and Japan.