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THE CASE FOR GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN BHUTAN

2017-09-02 19:10:06

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THE CASE FOR GREEN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN BHUTAN

Achieving growth through sustainability

 

ABOUT GPP BHUTAN

The Green Public Procurement in Bhutan (GPP Bhutan) project is a EU-funded project under its EuropeAid SWITCH-Asia Programme. It aims to establish a strategic approach to scaling-up public demand for environmentally and socially preferable goods, services and infrastructure in Bhutan. The project seeks to promote value for money across the asset life cycle rather than simply at the point of purchase, in order to reduce the negative environmental impacts and maximize social benefits.
 
The GPP Bhutan project is composed of a consortium of five non-governmental organizations, namely International Institute for Sustainable Development (Project Leader, Canada/Switzerland), Bhutan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Bhutan), Royal Institute of Management (Bhutan), Royal Society for Protection of Nature (Bhutan), and Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (Germany).
 
 
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