As of: 09.11.2010New study: Public-private partnerships in the framework of international agreements – Lessons learned under the Basel Convention

Guidance for governmental authorities and international organizations interested in employing PPP

This report commissioned by UBA evaluates lessons learned from the Mobile Phone Partnership Initiative (MPPI), which was set up under the Basel Convention, as a basis for future public-private partnerships (PPP) in the framework of international agreements.

It provides general background information and identifies reasons why organisations and countries are looking towards PPP to deliver on their international and domestic obligations. Last but not least, it describes challenges faced in engaging different stakeholders such as governments, industry, NGOs or developing countries.

It is intended to provide some guidance for governmental authorities and international organizations, interested in setting up public-private partnerships (PPP). The report describes different but important issues that one should be aware of when setting up PPP with multi stakeholder participation.

Please find the study for download at: www.umweltbundesamt.de.

 
 

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