Over the past 50 years, one of the biggest worldwide concerns has been ensuring sustainable consumption and production patterns. Growing interest in the circular economy model provides the chance to create system-wide goals for all societies with economic, financial, and governance decision-making as critical drivers and solutions. The Handbook of Research on Sustainable Consumption and Production for Greener Economies examines the critical factors that can encourage sustainable consumption production patterns and a green economy. The major barriers hindering consumers and producers from moving towards sustainable consumption, sustainable consumption behavior and production patterns, the green economy, and more are explored. Covering topics such as green economy, sustainable consumption, and resource management, this book is ideal for government officials, policymakers, researchers, academicians, and more.