Public Procurement for Sustainable Development: A framework, by Chatham House

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WHAT will be done

Description:

1/6 of global GDP ($13 trillion per year) is spent by governments on goods services, works and utilities. How have your government been purchasing goods and services? To what extent equity has to do with sustainable development and public procurement? Is the European New Deal tackling sustainable consumption? And how can states address sustainable procurement that works for now and for the future? With reference to case studies from Brazil, Papua New Guinea and Ecuador, Chatham House’s new report proposes a more ambitious and inclusive definition of sustainable procurement and a new framework for public procurement for sustainable development. Get inspired with some new insights on how you and your government can lead on this agenda! You can find the paper at www.chathamhouse.org.br, and join the conversation with the author and contributors.

Location

WHERE it will take place

Country:

United Kingdom
- _other UK regions

Address:

London
St. James's Square
10
SW1Y 4LE

Action Developer

WHO will run the show

Entity:

Chatham House - Royal Institute of International Affairs
# Association/NGO

How can you get in contact:

http://www.chathamhouse.org
AFarhan@chathamhouse.org

• WHEN

will it happen?

Dates of the proposed action:

21/11/20, 22/11/20, 23/11/20, 24/11/20, 25/11/20, 26/11/20, 27/11/20, 28/11/20, 29/11/20

• WHY

join hands and minds to prevent waste?

Check out other actions that will cover these themes:

Reuse and preparing for reuseStrict avoidance and reduction at source

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