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London 2012 Sustainability Report - A blueprint for change
This is the first of three London 2012 Sustainability Reports, designed to chart our delivery against the London 2012 Sustainability Plan (2009). The next
two reports will be released in the spring of 2012 and the winter of 2012/13.
This report covers the 2010 calendar year, and its focus is on construction
and planning for the Games. The second report to be published in 2012 will
provide a comprehensive pre-Games view of our programme. The timing of that report is important as it will provide a spotlight on our progress prior to
the Games and the Rio +20 World Summit on Sustainable Development.
English
United Kingdom
Events
London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Ltd
2012
Life Cycle Costing State of the Art Report
This report introduces the reader to the concept of life cycle costing (LCC) and its current status and latest developments.
English
Europe/EU
Life-cycle costing
SPP Regions Consortium
2017
Governance Issues in the EU’s e-Procurement Framework
This article outlines the Commission’s e-procurement policy, develops an analytical structure for assessing the framework and highlights governance issues that need addressing if e-procurement is to deliver on its promise
English
Europe/EU
ICT (information and communication techn.)
Journal of Common Market Studies
2014
Green Fleet Technology Study for Public Transport
The report focuses on alternative drivetrain technologies and fuels that offer carbon reduction from city buses, although technologies relevant to taxis are also discussed.

The analysis focuses on the likely performance of short-medium term solutions (< 10 years) and suggests some demand side measures and practises which can be implemented to assist in the transition to cleaner public transport fleets. The study draws on technology information from industry technology roadmaps, interviews with technology providers and industry experts. Future demand for public transport vehicles and current procurement practises are established from the PPIA network cities.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
2015
The 2012 Annual Report on the State of Municipal Sustainable Procurement in Canada - Trends & Best Practices
The 2012 Annual Report on the State of Municipal Procurement in Canada
is the third annual report of the Municipal Collaboration on Sustainable
Procurement (MCSP). Drawing from lessons learnt, current practices, challenges
and opportunities faced by municipalities in 2012, this report presents key
themes and trends for this year and puts forth observations for the year ahead,
based on consultations with municipalities. This report is intended to be a
resource for municipalities and other agencies who are planning, developing
or optimizing sustainable procurement programs. It is also a summary for City
Council members and City Management Staff who want a snapshot of this
emerging strategic practice.
English
Canada
General GPP/SPP
Municipal Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement
2013
Report on PCP knowledge base
ENIGMA is a FP7 project that aims to implement a joint transnational pre-commercial procurement (PCP) procedure in the field of public lighting. The 5 project partner municipalities cooperate on procuring innovation. This report identifies in detail the requirements of the municipalities.
English
Europe/EU
Lighting
Pre commercial procurement
2014
Scouting of Solution Space
This report provides an overview of the current state and future trends in smart city and smart lighting applications and the industry that is involved.
English
Europe/EU, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway
Lighting
Pre commercial procurement
2014
Report on criteria for sustainable investments in the cities of Chişinău and Sevastopol.
The report has been complied as part of the project “Increasing energy efficiency of Chişinău and Sevastopol municipalities based on existing positive experience” Europe Aid project “Chisinau”. It aims to give the necessary background information on sustainability criteria with a strong emphasis on energy efficiency to allow for sustainable investments in the cities of Sevastopol (Ukraine) and Chisinau (Moldova) and to later prepare feasibility studies for the planned investments.
The report describes the sustainability criteria from the perspective of public
procurement and focuses on thermal insulation of residential buildings, effective
street lighting and indicative measures to improve transport circulation.
English
Europe/EU, Moldova, Ukraine
Transport and vehicles, Energy, Buildings and construction, Lighting
Energy efficiency
2010
ZeEUS eBus Report: An overview of electric buses in Europe
The ZeEUS eBus Report gives an extensive overview of the electric buses in operation in Europe today.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
General GPP/SPP
UITP
2017
The 2015 Annual Report on the State of Municipal Procurement in Canada
The report highlights strategic sustainable supply chain best practices, trends and outlooks for the year ahead based on challenges and lessons shared by municipalities across Canada.
English
Canada
General GPP/SPP
Reeve Consulting
2015
The Power of Public Purchasing: Making EU public procurement policy working for people and forests
This report is one of a series presenting recommendations to the EU for an Action
Plan to halt deforestation and respect rights, looking at EU aid, climate, consumption,
financial, illegal logging, renewable energy and trade policies. Together, the series forms a comprehensive action plan for the EU, available at www.fern.org/EUdrivers.
English
Europe/EU
Food and catering
General GPP/SPP, Social responsibility
FERN
2015
Procuring clean and efficient road vehicles - A Clean Fleets Guide
This guide is designed to assist public authorities and public transport operators in purchasing clean and energy efficient vehicles in full compliance with European legislation - in particular the Clean Vehicles Directive (CVD). It is primarily targeted at procurers and fleet managers, but will also be of relevance to policy makers and others involved in the transport sector.
English
Europe/EU
Transport and vehicles
Clean Fleets Project
2014