Checklist for Implementing GPP in Bhutan

With the successful completion of the GPP Bhutan project, we are pleased to share our final publication, Checklist for Implementing Green Public Procurement in Bhutan. The checklist has been designed to help Bhutanese public procurers and policymakers get started on green and sustainable purchasing.

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First Round of GPP Trainings Successfully Completed at RIM

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RIM Pilots the GPP Course

June 9, 2017

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Green City Services: An Example of a Green Business

By demanding for green products and services, the government and individual consumers can encourage the growth of green industries and promote green entrepreneurship in Bhutan. What does a green business look like? There are many ways that businesses can incorporate sustainability into their business model. Green City Services is one good example of a green business.

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3rd High Level Seminar on GPP

March 9, 2017

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Energy Efficiency and Green Public Procurement

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Managing Plastic Waste in an Innovative Way

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Green Services: Sustainability in the Hospitality Sector

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GPP Bhutan at 12th Asia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production

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GPP, Low Carbon Economy and Sustainable Development

GPP, Low Carbon Economy and Sustainable Development

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GPP Bhutan at tertiary educational institutes - 2015

In October 2015, the Green Public Procurement (GPP) Bhuta


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