Location: Brazil

Sectors: Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture; Sustainable energy: access, efficiency and renewables; Green industry, material efficiency and waste minimization; Sustainable Cities and Built Environment; Freshwater Resource Management and Sanitation; Blue Economy/ Sustainable Management of Oceans; Natural Disaster Preparedness and Climate Change Adaptation; Biodiversity, Forests and other Ecosystems; Social sector and green economy: education, health, employment, equity;

By: Brazilian Association of Sustainability Professionals

Type: National

Source: ABRAPS

Year: 2012

Minimum Agenda for Sustainability ABRAPS
The Agenda, prepared on the behalf of the Brazilian Sustainability Professionals, proposes a National Programme for Sustainable Development comprehending nine aspects, from objectives and metrics to health and education.
The Minimum Agenda for Sustainability ABRAPS was prepared by a committee of sustainability professionals. Started in October 2011, the final text was published in April 2012. It targets all sectors of Brazilian society, and may become a model for other countries as well. It covers nine aspects for a proposed National Programme for Sustainable Development: - sustainability metrics and goals - green jobs - sustainable standards of production and consumption - climate change - biodiversity - health - diversity - social inclusion - education for sustainability
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