Read More: The InRP was formally launched at the 1 st International Workshop on Fostering Resource Efficiency organized by MoEFCC, GIZ on behalf of BMUB and its partners in New Delhi, November 2015.The InRP has now developed recommendations towards a framework for an Indian Resource Efficiency Programme (IREP) as a guide for policy makers. As a follow up to the 1 st International Workshop, MoEFCC and GIZ on behalf of BMUB are organizing the 2 nd International Workshop on Fostering Resource Efficiency to discuss the InRP’s contributions and way forward with a wide range of national and international stakeholders.

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