Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
Achieving Goal 12 requires a strong national framework for sustainable consumption and production that is integrated into national and sectoral plans, sustainable business practices and consumer behaviour, together with adherence to international norms on the management of hazardous chemicals and wastes.
Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
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City of Glasgow College’s Jewellery Design Programme (part of the Faculty of Creative Industries' Craft & Design Department) signed the Incorporation of...
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The University has partnered with BRITA to introduce a glass bottling scheme on campus. The filtered water dispenser will provide both still and sparkling water at catering...
In response to the Waste regulations (Scotland) entering into effect in January 2014 that requires food waste to be separated, the College developed its own composting...
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Green Gown Awards 2019 - Aston University - Finalist
Integrating Food into Urban Planning
The Students’ Union at UWE
The King’s Libraries Team - King’s College London
Associate Professor in Sustainable Construction and Surveying
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management
Deputy Director, Information, Technology and Digital Services Department
Site Technical Coordinator, Garment Technology
Laboratories Service Manager
University of the West of England
Exeter College Technology Centre
UWTSD Carmarthen Business School: Rethinking Business for a Changing World
Graduates responsible for a sustainable future
The architects of possibility - Leeds' students are shaping the future
Delivering positive impact for society
Here for current and future generations
Let’s make a sustainable planet: Marking a decade of inspiration, innovation and impact
The difference that makes the difference
LCF x ASOS visioning the circular economy
Bring Your Own Bowl
SDG Visual Displays project
Strategic partnerships embedding long term positive change
The Great Donate – Reducing waste and benefitting the community when students leave the campus Halls of Residence at the end of term
Living the green and not just a dream
Our Shared City Move-Out Campaign
Our future with clean air: ClairCity citizen-led air pollution reduction in cities
On-line Certificate: Sustainable Development and the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act
Fashion and sustainability: Understanding luxury fashion in a changing world
BEST learning for next generation sustainability
Embedding sustainability in the global nursing curriculum
Green Growth Platform - connect, innovate, grow
Light up your life: Liter of Light Nigeria
Prosper Social Finance
Stu Brew - Europe’s first student-run microbrewery
Utter Rubbish - an app to tackle fly tipping and improve recycling across the UK
Catching fire for carbon reductions
Campus Transformation – a campus for the 21st Century
Sustain It Bottle
Reusable Cup Race