Oslo Rountable on Sustainable Production and Consumption
2.4 - Governments
2.4.2 National Governments

National governments have a range of important responsibilities, including setting the analytical and policy framework for sustainable consumption (including dynamic market conditions), establishing effective incentives, infrastructure and information that enable consumers to take sustainable consumption choices, taking the lead through public procurement policies, and using indicators to measure progress. Further strengthening of public policies could be pursued to:

Governments as Consumers

Improving Understanding and Analysis

Applying Tools for Modifying Behaviour: Regulatory Measures

DOCUMENT WINDOW - THE CLOSED SUBSTANCE CYCLE AND WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT

Applying Tools for Modifying Behaviour: Economic Incentives

DOCUMENT WINDOW - LESSONS FROM THE USE OF ECONOMIC INSTRUMENTS

Applying Tools for Modifying Behaviour: Social Instruments

Monitoring, Evaluating and Reviewing Performance

DOCUMENT WINDOW - THE GOING FOR GREEN INITIATIVE

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