Northern Alliance for Sustainability
ANPED, the Northern Alliance for Sustainability, is an international not-for-profit organization representing a vast network of NGOs in the Northern hemisphere with a mission to pro-actively promote the agenda on environmental justice and systemic change for the Economy. It also empowers Northern civil society through capacity development, exchanges and knowledge sharing while working in close cooperation with Southern civil society and other stakeholders, for the creation and protection of sustainable societies worldwide. ANPED has Special Consultative status to the UN Economic and Social Council and is the organizing partner responsible for providing the NGO Major Group input into the UN Sustainable Development process. Within the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, ANPED is one of the main actors promoting the development of a 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns as dealt with through the Marrakech Process. It sees sustainable consumption and production as an interconnecting theme to various global problems such as inequality, climate change and loss of biodiversity as well as to various policy processes, such as the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development, the 'Environment for Europe' process and the Carpathian Convention, as well as international structures such as the OECD, UNEP and the European Union.
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