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Connecting SMEs for a green economy

Planning

Carbon Footprint Analysis
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The carbon footprint indicates the overall amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with a product, along its supply-chain and sometimes including from use and end-of-life recovery and disposal.

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In Sun We Trust veut fournir des informations fiables et objectives pour prises de décision, via :

  • un simulateur de calcul du potentiel solaire et de la rentabilité associée de son toit,

  • une sélection rigoureuse d’installateurs locaux et régionaux, signataires d’une charte qualité.

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The United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Eco-Innovation approach aims to develop local resources and capacities for eco-innovation in developing and emerging economies.

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The United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Eco-Innovation approach aims to develop local resources and capacities for eco-innovation in developing and emerging economies.

The Responsible Production Framework Booklet
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The United Nations Environment Programme's (UNEP) Responsible Production Approach has been designed to increase overall safety, to reduce chemical emergencies and the resulting environmental, social and economic impacts by helping companies and th

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This tool is a primer from UK solar photovoltaic (solar PV) panel provider Solarwall on how to go about installing solar panels for your home or business.

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The tool is designed to be used by any supplier or sub-contractor in the construction supply chain, regardless of company size. The tool is completely free to use.

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The German Sustainability Code (GSC) provides a common set of criteria for companies to showcase and compare their sustainability performance in a similar format (GSC declarat

Renewable Energy Toolkit
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The toolkit provides market intelligence on the potential scale of the opportunities, including those for each onshore renewables technology, and highlights those most relevant to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the supply chain.

Local procurement and supply chain toolkit
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The toolkit provides SMEs with practical guidance to increase their chances of accessing and winning tenders from large public and private sector organisations. It is also designed to share best procurement practice among public and private sector buyers on how to create opportunities for ‘local’ SME suppliers from their low carbon investments.

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