EcoProcura conference series

The EcoProcura conference series is the only European-wide forum to promote exchange and dialogue amongst purchasers from all levels of governments, suppliers, policy-makers and multipliers on strategies and the latest practical solutions on SPP. Each event now attracts 250 - 350 participants. 


Call for Submission of bids 10th EcoProcura conference in 2017

Following the success of EcoProcura 2014 in Ghent, Belgium, ICLEI has opened a call for hosting the tenth EcoProcura Conference in 2017.

EcoProcura is the only conference to provide a platform for exchange and dialogue amongst purchasers from all levels of governments, suppliers and policy-makers on strategies and latest practical solutions for implementing Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) and Innovation Procurement (IP).

Hosting EcoProcura 2017 provides the host with an opportunity to present itself at the forefront of SPP and IP and inspire others at national, European and international level.

For further details, please consult the call for submission of bids.

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EcoProcura Conferences provide a forum to encourage public authorities and their partners, such as the business community, to exchange experiences and coordinate their actions and purchasing power. By forging new partnerships it is possible to contribute to making the markets for products and services more sustainable. EcoProcura Conferences seek to generate more awareness - and motivate and encourage people, both from the practical and political sense - on the issue of procurement (at the local, national and international level) and thereby contribute to the world-wide movement of mainstreaming sustainable public procurement.

Past Events


The series dates back nearly a decade, starting with Hannover in 1998, followed by 1999 in Bilbao, 2000 in Lyon, 2001 in Brussels, 2003 in Göteborg, 2006 in Barcelona and 2009 in Reykjavik. Learn more on the character and theme of past events, by following the links above or in the sidebar.