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.
24 - 26 September
ICLEI and the City of Ghent, Belgium hosted 350 participants at the EcoProcura 2014 conference. Check the conference website for more details on what happened, including speaker presentations, pictures, and information on the carbon and water footprint of the event!
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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.
EcoProcura 2012: Malmö - opportunities to deliver sustainable procurement and innovation
EcoProcura 2009: Reykjavik - climate neutral through procurement
EcoProcura 2006: Barcelona - practical solutions for sustainable procurement
EcoProcura 2003: Göteborg - mainstreaming eco-procurement throughout Europe
EcoProcura Roundtable 2001: Brussels – greening the internal market
EcoProcura 2000: Lyon - greening public authorities and eco-responsible purchasing
EcoProcura 1999: Copenhagen - waste management, water protection and green procurement
EcoProcura Europa 1999: Bilbao - green purchasing and environmental management
EcoProcura 1998: Hannover - eco-products
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.