RESET™ Air is a sensor based and performance-driven indoor air quality standard and certification programme that aims to make indoor environmental health measurable, deliverable and accessible. RESET™ leverages continuous monitoring of indoor air quality and cloud technology to communicate data to occupants, thus increasing environmental awareness and subsequently encouraging more regenerative solutions to air quality problems. RESET™ is an international organization based out of Shanghai.
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Tourism can contribute directly to the conservation of sensitive areas and habitats through a variety of activities, however, tourism can also negatively impact biodiversity if land and resources are excessively exploited. Therefore, biodiversity conservation and nature protection is one of the priorities tourism stakeholders must care about. Particularly, government intervention and the roles of public institutions in sustainable development and management in wildlife tourism are significant.
Le projet Take The Med Jeunes consistait à mobiliser en 2018 80 étudiants à développer une plateforme collaborative euro- méditerranéenne. L’objectif est d’encourager les échanges et les investissements dans le cadre du tourisme durable. Ainsi, il se propose de porter cette démarche en référence aux savoir-faire locaux qui contribuent à la préservation des patrimoines naturels. http://www.takethemed.fr
The “Green Sustainable Consumption Week” (hereafter, SCW) is a non-profit public activity initiated by China Chain Store & Franchise Association, in order to promote the concepts of sustainable consumption consumer information, certified sustainable products, green life styles, and environmental awareness through multiple channels to China’s public society by engaging consumers in various activities organized by partner retailers, enterprises, and organisations.
The decisions of young people today will shape the world tomorrow. Inspiring youth to conserve precious water resources is at the heart of an educational platform called the We Water Experience project, project, based on a virtual classroom designed by Tesouros de Galicia and funded by Inditex in China.
Organized by the China Lab for Architecture and Urban Studies, a special exhibition titled “Applied research for architecture and cultural heritage – Experience carried out in experimental research laboratories of Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture” was held at the University of Pavia, Italy, to showcase research project results related to sustainable design and development.
The GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP) offered a number of 2- and 3-day intensive and interactive onsite training classes focused on the GSTC Sustainable Tourism Criteria, and engaged tourism industry professionals around the world through expert presentations and discussions on sustainable tourism best practices for businesses and destinations.
The STTP, begining in 2017, offered online scheduled training classes led by GSTC trainers, available at least 4 times a year.
10YFP SPP Working Group 1a - SPP Tender Implementation and Impact Monitoring in in the East Asia region
The working group “SPP Tender Implementation and Impact Monitoring” acts as a lighthouse project and provides support to purchasing bodies in the East Asia region to procure the best available sustainable products and services in sectors which are highly relevant in terms of potential energy and CO2 emission reductions and social impacts. Among East Asian countries China and Korea are the main focus of this working group.
GCSG is co-founded by the Environmental Certification Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the China Environmental United Certification Center and other agencies with voluntary participation of relevant enterprises, universities, research institutes and social organizations. With “innovative, coordinated, green, open and shared” development as its mission, GCSG will develop a strong alliance covering all social forces, conduct joint study and facilitate the development of “green consumption” and “green supply chain”.
China Sustainable Consumption Research Program — Consumer Awareness and Behaviour Change in Sustainable Consumption
A project supported by the 10YFP Trust Fund, under the 10YFP Consumer Information Programme.
Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) receives increasing attention from policy makers and society in China. The Research Programme aims at identifying new opportunities for promoting sustainable consumption in China especially in the retail sector. It has three outcomes, 1) Research Report on Consumer Information; 2) Guidelines for Retailers towards sustainable consumption; 3) Guidelines for Retailers on Responsible Sourcing of Seafood Products
1) A holistic approach: Anyone, anywhere, anytime
Solutions concerning food challenges often look at one aspect, eg hunger or obesity, climate or food waste. Intractable individually, these problems can be addressed holistically at community level. Food solutions start from our daily life.
2) A horizontal approach: Multi-stakeholder engagement
Community is a perfect platform for bringing food stakeholders together, since it is where lifestyles and behaviour are rooted and synergies can be obtained.
3) Behaviour change: Long-term impact
Global Action Plan International is a global leader in sustainable behaviour change. We incorporate behaviour change principles into all our programs. Longitudinal academic studies show that participants in our empowering programs tend to a) Try many new behaviours during the program, b) Keep most of those as ingrained habits, c) Introduce new sustainable habits long after the program has finished.