ISAP2015 Parallel Session

Facilitating Transition to SCP in Asia and the Pacific:
Priorities and Opportunities

To respond to the rapid urbanisation and economic development of Asia and the Pacific region, achieving resource-efficient developmental pattern and sustainable consumption and production (SCP) is becoming an important agenda for the region. SCP is currently being discussed as an important target of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Whilst the EU takes the lead on SCP policy research, Asia and the Pacific has diverse economies, so visions for sustainability, such as SDGs, need to provide more concrete pathways for the region to follow. SCP policy research is expected to contribute to concrete policy formation and implementation to achieve such visions towards sustainability. This session will discuss opportunities and challenges for policy research aiming to contribute to establishing a SCP pattern in the Asia-Pacific region.

Speakers

[Speakers]

Policy Design and Evaluation for Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns in Asian Region: A Challenge from Japan
Masahiko Hirao,
Professor, Department of Chemical System Engineering, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
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Sustainable consumption and production – a European Perspective
Arnold Tukker,
Professor of Industrial Ecology / Scientific Director of the Institute of Environmental Sciences, Leiden University
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Activities of APRSCP and priority issues of SCP in Asia and the Pacific region
Thumrongrut Mungcharoen,
Vice President, Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP)
PDF (772KB)

[Moderator]

Yasuhiko Hotta, Leader / Principal Policy Researcher, Sustainable Consumption and Production Area, IGES
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Date & Time 29 July 2015, 15:45-17:15 Language English /Japanese
Venue Room502, Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center Session No. PL-12

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