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Guidance document

Buying Green! A handbook on green public procurement

The Buying Green handbook was developed by ICLEI and is the European Commission's main guidance document to help public authorities buy goods and services with a lower environmental impact.

Public Procurement for a Circular Economy

Prepared by ICLEI and published in October 2017, the brochure on Circular Procurement provides an introduction to the European policy framework and practical guidance to those involved in public procurement decisions.
Guidance document

The Procura+ Manual

A Guide to Implementing Sustainable Procurement (3rd Edition)

INNOCAT - A collection of good practice cases

Procurement of eco-innovative catering - engaging the market in public procurement

GPP 2020 - Procurement for a low-carbon economy

GPP 2020 has demonstrated the hugeenergy and CO2 savings which publicauthorities in Europe can make byprocuring innovative products, servicesand works. This report is a summary of the results.

Success Stories in Socially Responsible Public Procurement

Using Public Spending to drive improvements for workers in global supply chains
Guidance document

Smart SPP - Driving sustainable innovation through public procurement in your region

A practical guide for public authorities
Guidance document

Guidance for public authorities on Public Procurement of Innovation (PPI)

This Guide is aimed primarily at those who areresponsible for planning and executing procurementprocedures (procurers). It offers detailed informationabout the ‘why, what and how’ of PPI, includingcase studies from public authorities across Europe,explanations of procedures, definitions and answers tocommon questions. It may also be of interest to policymakers, consultants, private companies and otherswho have a stake in successful PPI. There is a growingcommunity of individuals and ...

Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities, the ROCK project.

ROCK stands for Regeneration and Optimisation of Cultural heritage in creative and Knowledge cities. The project relies on a "circular model" as an integrated vision of urban regeneration. This circular model is based on 6 connected pillars: creative, cultural, regeneration, knowledge, security and green circles that interconnect to draw the future of cities.