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Everyone on Earth is affected by the impacts of food and plastic waste. Join our conversation on leaving no one behind in the collective journey towards SDG12 and more sustainable consumption and production patterns. With a focus on the hospitality sector, this discussion will present practical initiatives and strategies from those leading on implementation of SDG 12 through the One Planet network.
Real people, real solutions, One Planet.
We promote sustainable consumption and production habits, to face climate change effects in the communities, linking local gastronomy to industries as tourism.
From our didactic kitchens we encourage the use of organic products to guarantee freshness and adequate food safety in order to provide the population with healthy food and high nutritional value; an experience that allows the design of innovation menus with local identity, using differentiated endemic, native products.
We are a participatory project focused on better understanding the value of birds for the sustainable development of local communities.
Teaching others about birds and how to improve outdoor spaces are vital components of the project. This is a common good project, to learn to consume and produce with care.
People from various communities participate in the project by learning about birds, sharing their observations, and helping to improve the habitat in their local communities and beyond.
We are dedicated to sustainable organic agriculture, hand in hand with the principles of Agroecology and Permaculture.
Our goal is to promote sustainable production and consumption systems, with a more respectful link between people and nature.
Our innovative proposal is based on the fusion of creative and modern design applied to the garden, respecting the processes and cycles that nature teaches us.
The Earth Charter Education Center offers a variety of programmes that highlight the importance of incorporating sustainability values and principles into the processes of learning and decision-making. It provides an opportunity for participants to expand their understanding of sustainability, and see the possibilities for putting it into practice.
The Center forges new paths in education for sustainable development, global citizenship education, and emerging leadership paradigm.
The National Quality Award, established in 1999, is a very important tool to encourage Cuban business sector to get involved in the fulfillment of the Sustainable Development Goal 12 and the objective no. 5 of the National Plan for the Economic and Social Development, both oriented to the promotion of Sustainable Consumption and Production. The Award is conferred every year on updated bases and a rigorous evidence-based process.
The Life Cycle Initiative is a public-private, multi-stakeholder partnership enabling the global use of credible life cycle knowledge by private and public decision makers.
Hosted by UN Environment, the Initiative is the interface between users and experts of Life Cycle approaches. It provides a global forum to ensure a science-based, consensus-building process to support policies. It delivers authoritative opinion on sound tools and approaches in order to achieve global goals more efficiently.
Simplified, advanced designs in agro ecology adapt a green-tech micro farm model that is scalable as a low-impact capacity building strategy.
A material template becomes an agro ecology tool, technique and strategy used to integrate a capacity building model into a high-capacity greenhouse-style habitat called a silo-soil planter. Recycle/re-purpose coconut fiber and fence mesh, the rapid-assembly planters deliver gardens into urban spaces, restaurants, school yards, brown-fields restoration. The vertical-cubic productivity sites demonstrate an agro- ecology practice at 500 planters per hectare. All seasons. All weather. All Terrain.
The aim of Dunia Designs is to close the loop between production and waste, making consumers active participants in environmental protection by giving a second life to waste plastics. In this way, the enterprise is helping consumers to strike a key balance between lifestyle quality and sustainability. By tapping off waste plastic and feeding it back into the growing global demand for home and lifestyle products, Dunia Designs contribute to a reduction in both forest depletion and plastic waste.
The non-profit organisation Ecological Union and the module of careful consumption “Tepertak” have launched a new course dedicated to ecolabelling. The aim of this project is to educate consumers concerning variety of labels, concerning differences between ecolabelling and greenwashing as well as concerning ways which can help to check the authenticity of labeling. The followers of the course are got a new email once a week.
Join for a webinar on Product Lifetime Extension.
You will learn what product lifetime extension is and what it means for everyone on the planet. We will highlight how businesses can apply product life=me extension and circularity concepts to their corporate strategies and how policy makers and civil society members can help too by making shiFs in policy measures and daily routines.