Argentina lleva adelante varias iniciativas orientadas a la eficiencia de recursos, prevención de la contaminación, compras públicas, sistemas alimentarios, construcciones, responsabilidad empresaria, que contribuyen al cambio hacia patrones de CPS. El proyecto apoya el desarrollo de una estrategia nacional, basada en la interfaz ciencia-política, que permita integrar de manera coherente los antecedentes nacionales y priorizar sectores estratégicos.
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Eco school programs have laid a promising foundation for the development of environmental education within Cambodia. However, the number of schools involved in these activities remain low, and there is a need to further encourage participation as well as build institutional capacity to fully disseminate the concept broadly. This project will, therefore, build on these foundations through a sustainable school, internal capacity building, and awareness-raising to promote sustainable lifestyle.
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.
Greenpositive is a sustainable initiative created within the framework of FECEI, the National Federation of Language Schools in Spain which on 21st June 2019 launched its own sustainability policy. https://fecei.org/iniciativas/greenpositive/
FECEI holds together 500 private centres in Spain thus having a direct reach of more than 75,000 students aswell as sponsors,stakeholders and international collaborators.
Youth for Green Growth is a programme which supports young people to develop and deliver a national campaign focused on positive environmental change. Over the next 3 years the aims of the campaign are to:
-Promote the adoption of positive environmental behaviours among people all over Costa Rica.
-Mobilise thousands of young people to take positive environmental action.
-Work with politicians and decision makers to create a greener and fairer world for everyone, everywhere.
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.
ProPesca is a multi-faceted project that targets all levels of the fish value chain in coastal Mozambique through an array of actions, including:
Investing in refrigeration
Improving market facilities or constructing new ones
Improving infrastructure, including roads and electricity supply
Providing access to finance through the formation of credit groups
Improving nutrition through ,ultiple actions, including establishing home gardens and conducting cooking demonstartions.
Is a program created by SUSTAINABLE RIVIERA MAYA, through the third pillar of the SUSTAINABLE MEXICO initiative, which was created to support in LONG TERM a community in need, in the mayan region, capable to develope INNER MOTOR, PRIDE OF BELONGING and ECONOMICAL ENGINES from their ORIGINAL WISDOM, without leaving the countryside but being part of the productive chain of tourism, without losing their values. Raising awareness on their NATURAL, CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMICAL capital
OCU, the Spanish consumer organization, publishes a list of over 400 sharing platforms to provide information to consumers about collaborative platforms, access economy and on-demand platforms. With this tool, OCU wants to provide information to consumers to identify useful digital platforms for their daily lives in six different sectors: hobbies, accommodation, crowdfunding, home, mobility and second hand.
The GSTC Sustainable Tourism Training Program (STTP) offered 2- and 3-day intensive and interactive online and 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 GSTC Criteria serve as the global baseline standards for sustainability in travel and tourism. The Criteria are used for education and awareness-raising, policy-making for businesses and government agencies and other organization types, measurement and evaluation, and as a basis for certification.
The GSTC Criteria is free to the public and have been translated into many languages, to make it easier for anyone to make use of it.
GSTC-Recognized Standards are sustainable tourism standards that adhere to and are equivalent to the GSTC Criteria. This means that the GSTC Criteria are included within the set of standards owned by a Certification Body, by a municipal, provincial, or national tourism authority, by specialized tourism organization, or by large tourism businesses with multiple business units.
ACT Global project of Earth5R engages citizens on Sustainable Development through collaborative initiatives.
It brings communities together and develops a symbiotic ecosystem that is driven by different stakeholders. The A.C.T. project which stands for “Action-Collaboration-Transformation”, was developed to improve the quality of the environment, the status of disadvantaged citizens and reduce plastic waste via new sustainable business models.
As an annual program in nationwide, China Sustainable Seafood Week (SSW) co-organized by Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), CCFA and other local partners aims to increase public awareness for ocean conservation, linked to SDG 14. SSW is the major component of China Green Sustainable Consumption Initiative from 2013. The program involved great efforts from different stakeholders to conduct a series of interactive activities, to drive the local market development for sustainable seafood.