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News Archive

21st July 2014
SCP/RAC explores new ways of design and production

On the 1st and 7th July, 2014, SCP/RAC attended to the Open Design/Shared Creativity Conference (ODSC) and the Fab Symposium both held in Barcelona (Spain), allowing it to explore the  potential of digital technologies in the design and productive sectors.

10th July 2014
Marine pollution caused by plastic has a natural capital cost of at least $13bn

According to a new research of Plastic Disclosure Project (PDP), the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and natural capital analysts Trucost, the most significant downstream impact of plastic use by the consumer goods sector is marine pollution, which has a natural capital cost of at least $13bn.

26th June 2014
SCP/RAC represented at the 1st Summit on Circular Economy in France

The current logic of our market economy is mainly based on a linear model of consumption of natural resources: “extraction, production, mass consumption, elimination”. Despite efforts to reduce environmental impacts and increase recycling, studies over the past decade are unanimous: this model is not sustainable in the long term, given the expected growth of the world population, particularly classes medium, urbanization and scarcity of resources they entail.

13th June 2014
SWITCH-Med shines at the first Steering Committee Meeting

The first Steering Committee Meeting of the EC funded SWITCH-Med Programme was held in Brussels on June 4-5 to present the programme of work for the three components: Policy, Demonstration and Networking Facility. The meeting was organised by the program partners UNEP/MAP, UNEP/DTIE, UNIDO and SCP/RAC.

Meeting participants
12th June 2014
Second meeting of the Correspondence group on Economic and Social Analysis in the framework of the EcAp Initiative

In the framework of the Mediterranean Action Plan's “Ecosystem Approach Initiative" (EcAp) implementation, SCP/RAC has been invited to participate to the Second Meeting of the Correspondence Group on Economic and Social Analysis (COR ESA group), which was held in Sophia-Antipolis on 4-5 June 2014.

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