National Guidance for Plastic Pollution Hotspotting and Shaping Action
This guidance aims to provide a methodological framework for identifying ‘hotspots’ of plastic pollution, finding the leakages and their impacts along the entire plastic value chain, and then providing recommendations for action once these hotspots are identified
The Guidance takes a holistic approach, covering the analysis of major types of plastic polymers, products, sectors, and geographical locations; the recommendations contain comprehensive sets of instruments and solutions from both upstream and downstream perspectives. It enables countries, regions, and cities to establish a baseline for benchmarking and tracking the progress of suggested interventions. Alongside with the guidance, we also developed modules and tools to help users for data collection, modelling, calculations and developing interventions.
Tha main topic of the conference were sustainable products and services in circular economy, which are the key part of...
Addressing the Issue of Chemicals of Concern in Electronics: Challenges and recommendations for labelling initiatives
Chemicals provide a variety of specific functions in electric and electronic products or in their manufacturing process...
Climate neutral clouds? What we need to achieve climate neutral, highly energy efficient and sustainable data centres in Europe by 2030
The European Commission has set a goal of achieving climate neutral, highly energy efficient and sustainable data centres by...