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Help developing countries strengthen their scientific and technological capacity to progress towards more sustainable consumption and production patterns.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Environmental NGOs: Local environmental non-governmental organizations often work on projects related to sustainable consumption and production, focusing on raising awareness and implementing community-level initiatives.

  2. Community Technology Centers: Aim to provide access to technology and technical skills training at the grassroots level, empowering communities to engage in sustainable practices.

  3. Green Business Networks: Bring together environmentally conscious businesses and entrepreneurs, fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing for sustainable production.

  4. Community Research and Development Organizations: Conduct research and development activities at the local level, with an emphasis on sustainable technologies and practices.

  5. Youth-led Sustainability Initiatives: Educate and engage young people in sustainable technology projects, encouraging innovation and awareness.

  6. Local Innovation Hubs: Provide resources and support for innovation, often concentrating on sustainable technologies and solutions to address local challenges.

  7. Women's Cooperatives: May engage in sustainable production activities, emphasizing eco-friendly practices and technologies while empowering women economically.

  8. Farmers' Associations: Agricultural communities often form associations to promote sustainable farming practices and adopting technologies for efficient resource use and reduced environmental impact.

  9. Community Renewable Energy Initiatives: Promote and implement renewable energy solutions, such as community-owned solar or wind projects, contributing to sustainable consumption.

  10. Local Science and Technology Clubs: Engage community members, particularly students, in science and technology-related activities, fostering an interest in sustainable development.

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