Terms of reference for the recruitment of a consultant for the elaboration of a tool to sensitize African CSOS on biodiversity, advocacy for the new post-2020 global biodiversity framework, and facilitation of a training of trainers (TOT) workshop in Cameroon on advocacy techniques. The Bids must be submitted no later than 17 July 2020.
Green Industrialization Pathways Towards Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development, 27 - 30 July 2020, Budapest, Hungary
This course is organized by the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) agencies UNIDO, UNEP, UNDP, ILO, and UNITAR in cooperation with the Central European University (CEU).
In many countries, industrial production and consumption patterns outpace the renewal capacity of natural resources and governments' capacity to manage waste products. These trends in resource use and energy consumption indicate that current forms of industrial production are not sustainable in the long run, and risk undermining the social and economic development benefits achieved thus far. This calls for a shift toward green and more sustainable approaches needed to satisfy the needs of the present – without comprising the needs of future generations.
The impacts and economic consequences of COVID 19 are adding to existing complexities and are creating economic hardship worldwide. Economies have been hard hit by the crisis due to the direct disruptions in supply chains and drops in aggregate demand, resulting in much larger societal costs.