Tag Archives: Consumption and Production

(Deutsch) SERI-Vortrag bei ECR-Informations- und Diskussionsrunde am 17.5.2011

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(Deutsch) Fritz Hinterberger hielt Vortrag beim belgischen Nachhaltigkeitsrat in Brüssel

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(Deutsch) SERI hält Vortrag bei ECR Informations- und Diskussionsrunde

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Briefing Sheet Weinklim Footprint Analysis

This Briefing Sheet explains how we analysed the carbon footprint of viniculture in the model region Traisental (Lower Austria). The analysis included the whole life-cycle of wine: cultivation, wine cellar, packaging and distribution. Download [...] (in German).

Briefing Sheet Weinklim stakeholder participation and development of measures

This Briefing Sheet deals with the stakeholder process and the development of measures during the project “WeinKlim – Viniculture and Climate Change“. Download [...] (in German).

Briefing Sheet SERI Indicators

This Briefing Sheet informs you about the SERI set of indicators for measuring resource use. You can download the Briefing Sheet here [...]. (Unfortunately it’s only available in German at the moment – English version coming soon)

Briefing Sheet SCP (Sustainable Consumption and Production)

The SERI working group “scp” has published a briefing sheet to present their work and themselves. You can download the Briefing Sheet here [...].

New SERI-Highlight Online: Companies Producing and Users Consuming in a Sustainable Way: Vision or realistic option?

The new SERI Highlight is online. The working group “sustainable consumption and production” describes what SCP means, what SERI does in that field and what we all can or could do. An interesting article that activates to think about our patterns of consumption and production.
Read the full article here [...].

Companies Producing and Users Consuming in a Sustainable Way: Vision or Alternative?

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Mankind’s demand for natural resources is increasing at an accelerating speed. The functionality of the planet’s ecosystems is in danger with global environmental problems such as climate change, pollution and desertification rising, caused by the current unsustainable production and consumption patterns and the related resource use. On the other hand, green and fair products are

Carbon Footprint bei Lebensmitteln. Inhaltsanalytische Ermittlung relevanter Berechnungskriterien

The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna published the comprehensive survey “Carbon Footprint bei Lebensmitteln. Inhaltsanalytische Ermittlung relevanter Berechnungskriterien”, as a result of series from the Institute for Marketing & Innovation, which can be downloaded here [...].

 

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