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Have you ever thought about how much water goes into your daily cup of coffee? It’s a lot more than what you pour out of the kettle. In fact, the UN estimates it takes 140 litres of water to grow, process and transport enough coffee beans for one...
Within the WWF Germany project "Sustainable Consumption and Production", WWF Indonesia held the “Beli Yang Baik (Buy The Good) Sustainable Consumption and Production Expo” on the occasion of National Consumer Day on April 20 and Earth Day on April 22...
Ahead of the United Nations Summit on Biodiversity on Wednesday 30th September, 64 world leaders and the EU have committed to reversing biodiversity loss by 2030
Based on analysing sustainable public procurement of German and European municipalities we present different pathways to making municipal procurement more sustainable and policy recommendations to get there.
The German Federal Ministry for Environment, Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has pledged €1 Million for the One Planet Multi-Partner Trust Fund for Sustainable Development Goal 12 (SDG 12).
WWF recently signed two collaboration agreements to advance sustainable consumption and production of food.
New film 'We unite' offers a window into the lives of two organic farmers and the reasons they are part of a movement in Germany that calls for a better food and farming systems.
The deadline for nominations - 28 February 2019.
More biodiversity friendly management of apple and other fruits plantations is one of the seven pilot initiatives within the Sustainable Food Systems programme's core initiative to Measure, valuate and communicate biodiversity