European Stakeholder Meeting on Sustainable Consumption and Production: meeting report and co-chairs' summary
Bas de Leeuw, Claus Sørensen, Nadine Gouzée, United Nations Environment Programme. Division of Technology, Industry, and Economics, European Commission
UNEP, 2005 - Science - 106 pages
This is the Report and Co-chairs' Summary of the European Stakeholder Meeting on Sustainable Consumption and Production that was held in Ostend, Belgium, November 25-26, 2004. Over 120 experts representing governments, business, small and medium sized enterprises, retailers, banks, trade unions, consumer organizations, environmental organizations, local authorities and research institutes from 30 European countries participated in the meeting.--Publisher's description.
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10-year framework activities agriculture areas Brussels Belgium cleaner production co-ordination coherent communication concrete actions consumers consumption and production consumption patterns contribute to sustainable Croatia de-coupling DESA developing countries Director eco-design eco-efficiency eco-labelling economic growth emissions energy efficiency ensure environmental and social environmental impacts Environmental Protection EU's European Commission European Council European Union expert facilitate framework of programmes funds global governments household consumption identified improve increase industrial infrastructure initiatives innovation institutions investment involving issues Johannesburg JPOI Latvia Lisbon Strategy Marrakech Process meeting Ministry of Environment multi-stakeholder natural resources NGOs organisations partnerships policies pollution priorities production patterns products and services projects promote SCP regional role sector SMEs social and environmental specific stakeholders stimulate strategy on SCP supply chain sustainable consumption Sustainable Development Strategy sustainable products targets trade unions transport UNEP waste management WSSD Wuppertal Institute