UNEP-DTIE Cleaner Production (CP)
1990, as UNEP-IE Cleaner Production Programme, within the framework of United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), to implement Decision 15/37 of the 1989 UNEP Governing Council to create and animate a network to promote the transfer of environmental protection technology, in cooperation with governments, industry, research organizations and other relevant institutions. Initially part of UNEP Industry and Environment (UNEP-IE), now comes within UNEP Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (DTIE). Functions absorbed into different branches of DTIE, prior to 2012.
Contribute to sustainable industrial development, consumption and production in the participating developing and transitional economies through the greater uptake of Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Programme (RECP) by businesses, governments, financial institutions and other stakeholders.Available with paid subscription only.
Working Groups (9) link the programme with cleaner production technology and policy experts and provide guidance for the programme's activities: Education; Policies, Strategies and Instruments; Metal Finishing; Textiles; Leather Tanning; Biotechnology; Food Processing; Sustainable Product Development; Pulp and Paper. Supports training activities; at the request of governments, supports the design and implementation of demonstration projects.
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