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Global Stakeholder Meeting of the 10YFP

14 May 2015 | UN Headquarters, New York

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Participants discuss the 10YFP on SCP

The 1st Global Stakeholder Meeting of the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP), took place at UN Headquarters in New York, US, on 14 May 2015. The Global Stakeholder Meeting of the 10YFP brought together participants to: illustrate and explore the universal nature and added value of shifting towards SCP for achievement of sustainable development; promote the 10YFP as an implementation mechanism of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and post-2015 development agenda, with a focus on programmes, their delivery at regional and national levels, and measurement of capacity built through them; and explore the capacity of the 10YFP and its programmes to support the SDGs and the shift to SCP patterns.

The meeting included an opening session and sessions on: delivering on the 10YFP mandate; scaling up and replicating at regional and national levels; achieving the SDGs through the 10YFP; and indicators for SCP and capacity-building. Discussions during the meeting focused in part on applying the paradigm of "collective impact" to scaling SCP projects and programmes under the 10YFP.

IISD Reporting Services, through its ENB+ Meeting Coverage, will provide a summary report from the Global Stakeholder Meeting of the 10YFP on Saturday, 16 May 2015.

Edda Fernandez, Co-Chair, 10YFP Board

Charles Arden-Clarke,
10YFP Secretariat, UN Environment Programme

Mark Kramer, Co-Author of “Collective Impact”

Ian Fenn, Consumers International

Cleo Migiro, National Cleaner Production Center, Tanzania

Nada Roudies, Ministry of Tourism, Morocco