The Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) Area of IGES is made up of young and dynamic policy researchers with a track record of combining science-based policy research with creative stakeholder engagement to achieve practical policy results. The aim of the SCP team is to provide and promote analytically-based policy recommendations, guidance and tools through multi-disciplinary policy research, as well as contribute to partnerships, networks and capacity building, for Sustainable Consumption and Production, transition management, Sustainable Lifestyles and circular economy and society.
The SCP approach is based on life-cycle thinking. IGES explores how actors, institutions and policies interact and influence resource use to achieve well-being within society with minimal impact on the environment. Research and project activities in the SCP Area currently cover three main issues: sustainable consumption and lifestyles, sustainable resource management, and waste management and recycling.
The SCP Area is seeking a highly motivated researcher to join its Sustainable Lifestyles Component, with the responsibilities of leading its current projects as well as formulating proposals for new and innovative research in the fields of sustainable consumption and production. SCP Area at IGES is now running several international projects related to research as well as programme design and implementation on sustainable consumption and production (SCP), sustainable resource management, Sustainable Lifestyles, circular economy and plastic pollution, and waste management and recycling focusing on policy challenges both at global level as well as at developing Asia.
How to Apply
- Please fill in the IGES Application Form in English and submit it to the HR Section [ firstname.lastname@example.org ] together with the requisite documents as advised below.
IGES will ONLY accept applications using the IGES Application Form.
Please do NOT apply through any automatic job application systems.
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