The European NGO Network on Green Public Procurement

The European NGO Network on Green Public Procurement

NGOs are well-placed to provide information to local, regional, and national governments, making them better equipped to engage in GPP. To make it easier for NGOs to work with public procurers to enhance GPP uptake, a network was established in 2016 with the support of the European Commission.

 

Why join the Network? 

Environmental NGOs have knowledge and experience with many of the environmental issues addressed by GPP criteria, such as hazardous substances, waste management, energy efficiency etc, and therefore represent vital stakeholders when promoting GPP.

The objective of the NGO Network is to increase the uptake of GPP through the EU by building NGO capacity to support public authorities.

What have we been up to?

 

For more information

For more information on the project please contact procurement@iclei.org

The project is supported and funded by the European Commission

What is Green Public Procurement?

Green Public Procurement (GPP) aims to harness the purchasing power of governments to drive positive environmental change


GETTING STARTED

 

Green Public Procurement
A Guide for NGOs

This Guide aims at giving NGOs the knowledge needed to help encourage public procurers to embrace GPP


 

 

Identifying potential tenders for Green Public Procurement

This document will guide you through the four steps that are necessary to start actively supporting public authorities in including GPP criteria in their procurements.


 

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Join the discussion!

Access the Procurement Forum and start the discussion! If you are involved in the European NGO Network on GPP join your fellow participants in the Forum project group.

 

Go to the Procurement Forum

GPP News Alert

Are you interested in the latest updates on Green Public Procurement?
Have a look at this month's GPP News Alert.

 

GPP News Alert

MORE GPP RESOURCES?

Head over to our resource centre for best practice case studies, guidance and ready-to-use criteria for your next green public procurement.

 

Visit the Resource Centre