Sustainable consumption and production promotes a better quality of life for all through resource efficiency, effective infrastructure, access to basic services and green jobs and fair pay. In other words, it aims for doing more with less, by reducing environmental and negative social costs along global supply chains. Our research investigates global production webs and the interconnectedness of people and places around the world through markets, flows of capital, labor, services, information, and human migration and their interaction with climate change. Through explicitly linking consumers and producers along global supply chains we contribute to awareness-raising and education on sustainable consumption and lifestyles and provide tools and methods for carbon labels, sustainable public procurement, carbon taxation and trading among other mitigation tool