We are the VOICE of SCP 
in the Asia-Pacific region

The Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production (APRSCP) is an international, not-for-profit organization established to foster dialog and partnerships through multi-stakeholder process to enhance and strengthen cooperation in the development and implementation of Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) policy and strategies in Asia and the Pacific. APRSCP works extensively to promote SDG 12 and SDG 17 and, through our various activities, contribute towards the achievement of SDGs and promote a blue-green economy in the region. 

APRSCP

The Organization was established in 1997, known then as Asia Pacific Roundtable for Cleaner Production (APRCP), which held regional meetings on cleaner production with the support from United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and other partners. These meetings confi¬¨rmed the importance of promoting cleaner production and resource efficiency. With a global shift to include sustainable consumption for transforming the economy on the sustainable development path, it was renamed APRSCP, weaving SCP into broader policy platforms on sustainable development, at the 6th Regional Roundtable held in Melbourne, Australia in 2006. 
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16th ROUNDTABLES 2022
Sri  Lanka
Since its inception, APRSCP has held 15 roundtables within the region and has built up a strong community among industry, governments, academia, NGOs, and international multi-development organizations to apply their creativity and innovation to solve sustainable development challenges. The 16th APRSCP Roundtable will be held in 2022 in Sri Lanka.

Vision

To become a sustainable regional network and partnership, enabling the Asia Pacific to be a dynamic and prosperous region, with its countries fully committed to Sustainable Consumption and Production principles.

Mission

To provide leadership and support to stimulate the promotion and implementation of sustainable consumption and production policies, strategies, and technologies in the region.
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