Material use trends for sectors of interest are identified and assessed to develop sector-specific action plans
EU – India business partnerships are fostered leading to knowledge transfer and eco-innovation
Evidence-based policy advice and support to the Government of India initiatives including NITI Aayog and EU Delegation to India’s Resource Efficiency Strategy and Resource Efficiency Cell (RE-Cell) at the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC)
Resource Efficiency is enhanced through the adoption of international standards and an ecosystem for better utilisation of secondary raw materials is created
Broad-based public discourse on the significance of resource efficiency initiated among policy makers, academia, private sector, youth, civil society and media.