United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
This report examines the feasibility of China adopting new global standards for tracking the latest data and trends in its Environmental Goods and Services Sector (EGSS), as a means to inform its green development strategy and identify potential new green growth opportunities.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
The relationship between climate change and extractive industries is a challenging one. While especially fossil fuels are a major contributor to climate change and need to be left in the ground eventually, minerals and metals are essential primary raw materials for green technologies that are needed for the global energy and mobility transition.
This project Eco-Industrial Park Initiative for Sustainable Industrial Zones in Vietnam: Inclusive and sustainable industrial development aims to transform the Industrial Zones (IZ) into eco-industrial parks through shared services (transportation, monitorin
The GIZ Working Group on Sustainable Industrial Areas (SIA) was established in 2006. Members of the Working Group are GIZ experts who are involved in related projects that contribute – despite thematic differences – to the overall objective Eco-Industrial Development (EID).
The programme aims at developing the capacities of governmental institutions to regulate the use of water resources and provide advisory services to the sector, e.g. by showcasing the economic benefits of water efficiency measures for companies. In doing so, the efficient use of water resources of the textile industry is enhanced and resilience to climate-induced water scarcity strengthened.