Development of Sustainable Industrial Parks in Latin America & Caribbean
The “Developing Sustainable Industrial Parks in Latin American and Caribbean countries” initiative, supported by the UNIDO LAC Trust Fund, is in line with the commitments and strategies of the eight participating countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru, Panama and Paraguay) to strengthen cooperation and potential synergies for promoting social development and sustainable industrial growth, minimizing negative impacts on the environment.
As part of the project activities, the eight participating countries evaluated their national circumstances and identified gaps preventing the development of sustainable industrial parks. National committees have also been established or existing formal mechanisms have been strengthened to coordinate the designated government bodies, industry and technical service providers in the field.
2030 Sustainable Development
Industrial Park Development in Ethiopia: Case Study Report
Leveraging the Potential of a New Generation of Industrial Parks, Zones and Cities in Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan
Eco-Industrial Parks, Achievements and Key Insights from the Global RECP Programme 2012 - 2018
Implementation Handbook for Eco-Industrial Parks
Global Assessment of Eco-Industrial Parks in Developing and Emerging Countries
Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa (2016-2025)
UNIDO cross-disciplinary team on industrial parks (CDTIP)