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Advancing and Measuring Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) for a Low-Carbon Economy in Middle-Income and Newly Industrialized Countries (Advance SCP)

As of: April 2018

Objective and activities

Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) patterns constitute an essential building block of a low-carbon economy. The project will contribute to the implementation of the six programmes under the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP) in 8 developing countries across three regions (Southeast Asia, Africa and Latin America). Based on the level of advancement of pilot countries with regard to SCP and their specific needs, the project will support the development and implementation of Sustainability Information Systems (SIS ). These shall form the basis for informed consumer decisions, which result in decreased greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and improved resource efficiency all along the value chain. Activities will focus on institutional strengthening, technical capacity development, knowledge transfer and the design of integrated policy frameworks. In this context, the project will also identify and develop NAMA opportunities.

Advancing and Measuring Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) for a Low-Carbon Economy in Middle-Income and Newly Industrialized Countries (Advance SCP)

State of implementation/results

  • Publication of report on “Integrating Energy Efficiency into the 10YFP” in collaboration with the 10YFP Secretariat and the Copenhagen Centre on Energy Efficiency.
  • Morocco: Environmental label for hotels presented at COP22 event "Solutions for Sustainable Tourism" by the Ministry of Tourism of Morocco in partnership with BetterFly Tourism, and ten hotels to pilot the label announced.
  • Continuous support to global outputs of the 10YFP Consumer Information Programme (CI-SCP), including (forthcoming): White paper on the communication of the social impacts of products, Guidelines for providing product sustainability information, Methodological framework on conducting hotspots analysis on product and sector level and Guidance for communicating hotspots.

Project data

Country:
Chile, Ethiopia, Morocco, Peru

Implementing organisation:
United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) - France

Partner institution:
  • Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment (MEMEE) - Morocco
  • Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MEFCC) – Ethiopia
  • Ministry of Environment (MINAM) - Peru
  • Ministry of Environment (MMA) - Chile
  • Ministry of Tourism - Morocco

BMU grant:
€ 2,499,878

Duration:
01/2016 till 06/2019

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