Palm Oil and Biodiversity Webinar
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Embedding Sustainability within University procurement – pioneers, pitfalls, priorities
The session gave an in-depth overview into the impact that food choices have on our health, environment and communities and how institutions have the power to positively...
On Wednesday 30th August 2017, the Sustainable Procurement Topic Support Network met to receive updates from the Sustainable Procurement Leaders Group and HEPA National...
Resources from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' from the EAUC-Scotland Conference 2017.
Presentation from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' Summit at the EAUC-Scotland 2017.
All 44 Universities and Colleges in Scotland have become full affiliate members of Electronics Watch, facilitated via their membership of APUC.
This paper sets out the future strategic approach for the materials category within the BREEAM schemes.
The RE:NEW framework is designed to help organisations procure energy reduction and generation measures efficiently, effectively and economically.
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This briefing document from VWR relates to reducing carbon emissions, resource efficiency and sustainable procurement.
While sustainable procurement is no easy task, it is becoming increasingly important to higher education institutions in the UK, and is now a tenet of UK public sector...
Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium Policy on Working with Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME’s) February 2016
Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement February 2016
Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium Sustainability Statement February 2016
The Sustainable Procurement TSN met on the 3rd October 2016 to discuss a number of social issues related to procurement. Topics included: The Modern Slavery Act The...
Nottingham City Council's draft specification for a joint sustainable taxi tender with fellow Nottingham organisations.
A report commissioned by Nottingham Trent University’s business support project, 'Working with you' and part funded by ERDF. "As Nottingham’s largest...
Information technology has enabled significant improvements in the standard of living of much of the world, and through its contributions to greater transport efficiency,...