Centre On Sustainable Consumption and Production

Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (or CSCP) is an international visibility for scientific research, public awareness and transfer activities on sustainable consumption and production, located in Germany, Europe.

Founded in 2005 to establish an SCP, the center is a family member international collaborating centers of UNEP and is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, North Rhine-Westphalia Ministry for the Environment, Agriculture and Consumer Protection Agency and business and labor support, Wuppertal. Center

Its duration is not limited in time, but on his joint work plan covers only the first three years.

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