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Nordic Best Practices

Relevant for UNEP 10YFP on Sustainable Buildings and Construction and Sustainable Food Systems

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The working group on Sustainable Consumption and Production, under the Nordic Council of Ministers requested consultants from Gaia to identify and write out best Nordic practice cases of sustainable consumption and production to be shared internationally within the UNEP SCP Clearinghouse. This report is the third part of three reports and covers 15 examples of two particular themes on: 1) Sustainable Buildings and Constructions 2) Sustainable Food Systems. The cases have also been added into the UNEP’s 10 Year Frame-work Program (10YFP) information platform, the SCP Clearinghouse. The objective is to enhance international cooperation in order to accelerate a shift towards sustainable consumption and production in developed and developing countries. The SCP Clearinghouse is a web-based information sharing tool, which can be used as an inspiration for advancing SCP worldwide.

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Preface

The working group on Sustainable Consumption and Production, under the Nordic Council of Ministers requested consultants from Gaia to identify, write out and publish this third report on Nordic best practice cases of sustainable consumption and production on the UNEP SCP Clearinghouse. Jointly the 50+ solutions presented in three different reports are directly linked to UNEP’s 10-Year Framework Program and display a wide array of opportunities and actors of change for sustainability, covering sustainable lifestyles and education, sustainable public procurement, sustainable tourism and consumer information for SCP. The purpose of this report was more specifically to identify eight Nordic best practice examples of Sustainable Buildings and Construction and seven Nordic best practice examples of Sustainable Food Systems. These last 15 cases are all included in this report.

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