The Procura+ Campaign

Procura+ supports public authorities in implementing sustainable public procurement, promotes their achievements and fosters exchange on good practice from public procurers and experts internationally.

The campaign was founded in 2004 by ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability. The objective of Procura+ is to motivate a significant number of public authorities to include environmental, social and economic considerations into their procurement policies and tendering procedures. Through this the market for cost-effective environmentally and socially responsible products and services can be stimulated.

10 years of rich exchange and driving SPP

Procura+ 10 years

Procura+ celebrates 10 years working on mainstreaming sustainable public procurement. Read more about it here.

 

 

 

Procura+ Manual in revision

Procura+ Manual 2nd editionThe Procura+ Manual is currently revised and open for consultation.

More information on how to comment on this standard guide to cost-effective and sustainable procurement is available here.

 

 

The Power of Procurement

  • Save your public authority money.
  • Support high environmental performance.
  • Drive the market towards sustainability.

Communities all over the world are facing the dramatic consequences of climate change, excessive use of natural resources, threats to biodiversity and increasing poverty. Our unsustainable consumption practices are at the heart of all of these problems. Sustainable procurement – spending public money responsibly on products and services that foster sustainable development – must therefore be a priority.

Sustainable procurement means thinking carefully about what you buy: buying only what you really need, purchasing products and services with high environmental performance, and considering the social and economic impacts of your procurement.

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Procura+ webinar series

7 May 2014: Circular economy and procurement: a classic win-win.

Watch key speakers from across Europe talking about the differences of linear and circular economies, requirements for public procurers and innovative new approaches. Listen into the discussion among European experts and find the presentations below: