Analysis of Existing Concepts for Measuring Sustainable Consumption in Germany and Main Features of a Development Concept

SCORE! Launch Conference paper, November 2006

  • Publications 14.01.2008

Integrating ecological, economic and social aspects and a global implementation of international programmes for sustainable production and consumption patterns is vital for the implementation of the Johannesburg framework. The resulting proposal is a solution for assessing complex developments in the social-policy environment (Baedeker et al., 2005).


The paper was presented at the Launch Conference of the Sustainable Consumption and Research Exchange (SCORE!) in Wuppertal, 23.-25.11.2006.


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