This workshop explored possible metrics for measuring resource efficiency at a national level followed by exploration of the potential to use resource efficiency to achieve climate mitigation goals and how reporting and measuring could be used to support such action.
The purpose of this technical working group was to discuss actions that support reducing food waste at the household level.
The purpose of this workshop was to discuss the potential of value retention practices such as re-manufacturing, refurbishment, repair and direct reuse to deliver economic and environmental sustainability outcomes.
This workshop focused on the use of voluntary agreements, standardization, and non-financial reporting to increase resource efficiency in value-chains.
The 2018 U.S. Food Summit included a session on international approaches to reducing food loss and waste.
Building on the findings of the 2017 Alliance workshop, discussions focused on the economic, evironmental, and social gains in expanding value retention practices.
The G7 Alliance's 2018 efforts to share best practices to reducing food waste included a U.S. hosted webinar that highlighted the actions of three US Food Loss and Waste 2030 Champions.
Hosted by Japan and Germany, the purpose of this event was to engage in discussions on successful and collaborative methods to implement sustainable consumption and production patterns (SDG 12), with decision makers and representatives from governments, business, science, and civil society of G7 countries.
Hosted by the European Commission, the purpose of this workshop was to present the preliminary findings of the report by the International Resource Panel on remanufacture, refurbishment, repair and direct use (RRDR).
The event focused on facilitating discussions among stakeholders about the possibilities and potential implications surrounding the establishment of a resource efficient and less carbon dependent society.
The focus of this workshop was to share best practices for improving international resource recycling and share relevant public and private initiatives to overcome the associated challenges.
This workshop provided a platform to share best practices and key issues that promote or prevent the use of life cycle concepts in sustainable supply chain management.
This workshop discussed the needs for improving resource efficiency at a global level and the role of international cooperation in advancing the 3Rs.
The purpose of this workshop was to present various perspectives on industrial symbiosis success stories and experiences.
This event was held to consider national resource efficiency policies and experience, and to exchange views on possible action by the G7 on resource efficiency.