The SWITCH-Asia Regional Advocacy Component (RPAC) Component Component (implemented by the United Nations Environment Program) and Tsinghua University (represented by the School of Environment) are receiving applications for the SWITCH Leadership Academy- Asia 2019 on Circular Economy in China.
The overall objective of the SWITCH-Asia program, financed with community funds, is to promote sustainable and uniform growth, contribute to economic prosperity and poverty reduction in Asia and Central Asia, and to a transition towards a low-carbon circular economy and Efficient in the use of resources.
Launched in 2007, the program has advanced more than a decade in CPS in 24 countries in the region. This has been possible thanks to the joint efforts of the three SWITCH-Asia components:
- The regional policy promotion component (RPAC): implemented by the United Nations Environment Program.
- The Sustainable Production and Consumption Fund – implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) and Adelphi.
- The SWITCH-Asia Grants program managed directly by the Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development of the European Commission.
- The SWITCH-Asia Regional Policy Advocacy Component is responsible for the implementation of the
SWITCH-Asia Leadership Academies. If you want to know more about SWITCH-Asia Academy 2018 visit the official link.
Deadline is October 13, 2019