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Full report for download in English and its executive summary in French, Spanish, Italian, Polish and German. This analytical report is part of the European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO) and aims to provide insight into the Thematic...
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Nordic Best Practices: Relevant for 10YFP on Sustainable Buildings and Construction and Sustainable Food Systems
The eight cases in the theme Sustainable Buildings and Construction consist of different projects in the field of...
ENERFUND project aims to enhance investments in refurbishment of buildings across Europe by developing a tool that rates and...
This is a research-based initiative. The overall objective was to widen the knowledge base on flows and fate of new and used...
This report presents nineteen initiatives that cover two particular themes: 1) Sustainable Tourism, including ecotourism, and...
Nordic Best Practices (Relevant to 10YFP on Sustainable Lifestyles and Education and Sustainable Public Procurement)
The chosen initiatives were selected from a wide variety of Nordic cases. The target was that the cases facilitate the...
The Government of Denmark has become the latest funding partner to make a pledge to the One Planet Multi-Partner Trust Fund for Sustainable Development Goal 12 (SDG 12).
“It’s important to link the procurement with some of the teaching, and that’s why I brought the potato to one of the conferences. It was just to show that often you forget what it is that we’re talking about: it’s just served on the plate, you eat it...