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Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) Public Procurement
Carbon Disclosure Project Public Procurement is a way for national and local governments to ask their suppliers direct questions about energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and the risks they face in a warming planet.
English
United Kingdom
Energy efficiency,
Carbon Disclosure Project
2011
SIPTRAM Project: Sustainability in the Urban Public Transport Market
The project's goal was to encourage local and regional authorities across Europe to improve environmental and social standards in urban public transport through the competitive tendering process.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
2005
Sustainable procurement guidelines for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
In co-operation with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), ICLEI developed guidance for sustainable procurement by the United Nations. The guidance is specifically for office IT equipment, office furniture, office stationery (paper, paper consumables, writing implements, and toner cartridges) for 6 UN regional offices - Europe, Latin America, North America, East Africa, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.
English
International
ICT (information and communication techn.), Cleaning, Office stationery
General GPP/SPP
Marrakech Task Force on Sustainable Public Procurement
To promote and support the implementation of Sustainable Public Procurement, by developing tools and supporting capacity building in both developed and developing countries.
English
International
General GPP/SPP
The European Topic Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production
The mission of the Topic Centre is to provide reliable and comparable data and information on SCP, resource and waste management in Europe to decision-makers and the public.
English
Europe/EU
CORPUS Project
the project is about enhancing the connectivity between research and policy-making in sustainable consumption.
English
Europe/EU
Public Procurement Network (PPN)
The European Public Procurement Network (PPN) is a co-operation network of public procurement expert officials, dedicated to strengthen the application and the enforcement of the procurement rules through mutual exchange of experience and benchmarking, and to create a reliable and effective informal co-operation including problem-solving in cross-border cases related to public procurement.
English
Europe/EU
EU Public Procurement Learning Lab (Eulab)
EU PP Learning Lab is an “informal” network of European institutions and organisations dealing with public procurement: central purchasing bodies, procurement agencies, branches of ministries. The main purpose is to discuss common problems, share ideas, solutions, knowledge and good practices.
English
Europe/EU
RAPIDE
The project is focused on supporting the implementation of good practice relating to the role of the public sector in stimulating innovation in partner regions. In particular, the project will help businesses, primarily SMEs, to bring innovative products and services to the market more quickly.
English
Europe/EU
Innovation procurement (PPI)