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15th Forum on Eco-innovation & UNEP Roundtable on Eco-Innovation

Cutting Waste… Resource efficiency and eco-innovation for sustainable food chains

 

The "15th Forum on Eco-innovation - UNEP Roundtable on Eco-innovation" provides an opportunity for participants from Europe and Asia to better understand: the impact of food waste and the potential that resource efficiency measures and eco-innovation can harness to address this issue while presenting new business opportunities

 

Collaboration for Sustainable Lifestyles through Business-and-Social Innovations

The Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP) is organising a multi-stakeholder workstudio “Collaboration for Sustainable Lifestyles through Business and Social Innovations” in Berlin on 4 and 5 November 2013.

 

The event is organised in partnership with the European Environment Agency (EEA) and its Topic Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (ETC/SCP), and with the support of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

 

European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production 2014

17th European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production (ERSCP 2014) will take place in Portoroz, Slovenia, 14-16/10/2014.

 

Global Transitions to Sustainable Production and Consumption Systems

The Global Research Forum on Sustainable Production and Consumption, in collaboration with Fudan University and other partners, will organize the conference "Global Transitions to Sustainable Production and Consumption Systems" in Shanghai, China, June 8-11 2014.

 

PREPARE & TREO meetings, San Sebastian

A joint meeting of PREPARE Core Group and TREO project will take place in San Sebastian (Donostia), Spain 26-28 March 2014. The event will start 26th 9:00 and end 28th 12:00.

 

Preliminary information about the agenda and hotel can be downloaded. Detailed information will be published soon.

Green Industry - International summer course

Trends in resource use and energy consumption indicate that current forms of industrial production are not sustainable in the long term. Many industrial production systems continue to be inefficient and wasteful and thereby threaten to overwhelm the assimilative capacity of our planet. In order to reverse these developments, industries need to radically improve their energy efficiency, reduce their resource consumption and curb the release of harmful by-products.

 

LCM 2015 – Life Cycle Management for product sustainability value creation

The Life Cycle Management conferences are established as one of the leading conference series worldwide in the field of environmental, economical and social sustainability. The unique feature of LCM is developing practical solutions for the implementation of life cycle approaches into strategic and operational decision-making. The Life Cycle Conference is for international decision-makers from science, industry, NGOs and public bodies.

 

16th European Forum on Eco-innovation

Wasted Potential! Towards Circular Economy in Cities

 

The 16th European Forum on Eco-innovation will be held in Hannover, Germany, on 7 and 8 April 2014. It will examine enabling factors and challenges of transitioning to a circular economy model in an urban context. The event will bring together participants from business, finance, research and other relevant stakeholders actively involved in eco-innovation and environmental technologies.

 

Global Cleaner Production & Sustainable Consumption Conference

Accelerating the Transition to Equitable Post Fossil-Carbon Societies

 

Elsevier will host the Global Cleaner Production & Sustainable Consumption Conference (November 1-4, 2015, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain) to celebrate more than two decades of the Journal of Cleaner Production, with an international scientific team drawn from more than fifty regional and global sustainability networks.

 

How to govern fundamental Sustainability Transition processes?

RSA Research Network organizes a workshop "How to govern fundamental Sustainability Transition processes?" as the second event of their three-part cycle of conferences dealing with the issue of sustainable regional development in the face of different transformation processes regions are confronted with.