Le secteur privé

SWITCH to Green travaille à renforcer les réseaux et les supports qui alimentent le commerce vert. Les programmes régionaux SWITCH contribuent à dynamiser le marché d’une part, mais de l’autre l’accent mis sur le partage des connaissances permet aux MPME et aux éco-entrepreneurs d’accéder aux bonnes pratiques et aux conseils de l’UE. En ouvrant les canaux entre les secteurs public et privé et en encourageant les incitatifs écologiques, l’initiative phare vise à créer un environnement favorable où l’entrepreneuriat écologique peut prospérer. SWITCH to Green, à travers ses nombreux programmes environnementaux et projets subventionnés, offre un soutien financier au secteur privé pour qu’il développe et investisse dans la CPD.

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Call for Contributions open – Global Research Forum on Sustainable Production and Consumption Conference – 26 – 29 June 2019 – Hong Kong: Deadline 21 January 2019

The conference is organized to identify insights and linkages across the SPAC research themes and actively bridge research with policy and practice. The scope covers local and global issues and interconnections across scales, connecting regions, networks of practitioners and researchers.


Dec 3 – 4 – Annual Coordination Meeting

To facilitate dialogue, share lessons and discuss emerging priorities, DG DEVCO organises an annual coordination meeting involving Commission services and development partners involved in some of the main green economy initiatives supported by the EU.


SwitchMed Connect 2018: The Circular Economy in Action in the Mediterranean

The 3rd edition of SwitchMed Connect will bring together more than 300 stakeholders from Mediterranean countries to build synergies, exchange knowledge, and scale up social and eco-innovations. Join the discussion with leading start-ups, entrepreneurs, change agents, policy makers and financial institutions to accelerate the transition to a Circular Economy in the Mediterranean region.


New reference document on ‘The inclusive green economy in EU development cooperation’.

The European Commission Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development just released a new Reference Document  in the Tools and Methods series, entitled The inclusive green economy in EU development cooperation – An innovative approach at the intersection of the EU’s Planet, People and Prosperity objectives. The document responds to calls for more guidance on the green economy and on lessons learnt, received during the recent evaluation of EU international cooperation on sustainable consumption and production. It aims to promote a better understanding of the green economy, give policy and operational guidance and present best practices.

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