Support for the implementation of the National Programme for Sustainable Consumption

Duration January 2016 – December 2019

Project Manager Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben, Prof. Dr. Jana Rückert-John

Client BMUB, UBA

Cooperation Partner adelphi, IÖW

Within the framework of the project, ISIconsult supports the implementation of the National Programme for Sustainable Consumption as well as the associated competence centre in the partner consortium.

For this purpose, a web-based national action and information platform will be created as a central information medium in order to make relevant background information on the national programme, progress of the implementation process and results available to the interested public. In addition, a network will be set up within the framework of various event formats, which will both generate broad social support for sustainable consumption and promote the emergence of new initiatives and the exchange of experience. In addition, the strategic further development of individual programme elements should be made possible – with regard to a continuation of the national programme.

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