Vesna LAVTIZAR

Former Staff (from Feb 2020 - Oct 2023 )
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Commentary (Op. Ed)
IISD SDG Knowledge Hub
Author:
Rannveig Edda
Hjaltadottir
Dolores
Modic
The sustainability transition requires transformative systemic change, shifting away from mass production and consumption towards the dematerialization of production processes and maximizing the value and longevity of materials and products. Bold leadership is needed to move towards a new economic and social system that decouples economic...
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Freek
van Eijk
This paper briefly describes the circular economy (CE) practices and opportunities in Africa and the significant role that hubs play in driving a transition towards a CE. It further reveals learnings from the WCEF 22 side event discussions on the priority areas of the hubs in Africa, activities and crucial stakeholders. The WCEF 22 side event was...
Policy Brief
T20 2022 Policy Brief
Author:
Kirana
Agustina
Venkatachalam
ANBUMOZHI
Romadhani
ARDI
Nicolas
BUCHOUD
Milindo
CHAKRABART
Alexander
CHARALAMBOUS
Alex
GODOY-FAÚNDEZ
Martin
KOCHHAN
Konstantinos
KARAMPOURNIOTIS
Rainer
LANZ
Hemant
MALLYA
Nam Hoang
NGUYEN
Shuva
RAHA
Victor
STOLZENBURG
Cecilia
WANDIGA
The circular economy transition along global value chains provides levers that can curb raw material use, preserve biodiversity, and reduce pollution, including the emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs). While the transition to circularity is building momentum, several systemic barriers continue to exist. This policy brief presents eight proposals...
Research Report
Author:
Gerardo
Mogol
Vella
Atienza
This rapid assessment aimed to identify and quantitatively estimate the waste management infrastructure gaps for plastic waste in the Philippines to provide a baseline for investments required to bridge and close the gaps. The paper was developed by the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies with support from UN-Habitat and Save Philippine...
Non Peer-reviewed Article
Author:
Andreea
Oarga Mulec
Petter
JENSSEN
In cities, resource recovery and reuse are low, and increasing consumption leads to more pressure on natural resources and subsequently pollution, deforestation, and loss of land and biodiversity. As a result, today's cities are not sustainable, even though the knowledge and technology exist to transform cities into more sustainable areas. One...
Conference Proceeding
Author:
Anna Oposa
Mo Maguyon
The Circular Economy for Plastics (CEP) Private Sector Workshop was held on 1 and 3 December 2021 through the online platform, Zoom. Over twenty participants representing micro, small, to medium enterprises (MSMEs),corporations, and associations in the private sector gathered to discuss existing circular economy initiatives in six Philippine cities...
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