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

Green Public Procurement in Bhutan (GPP Bhutan) project participated in the 12thAsia Pacific Roundtable for Sustainable Consumption and Production held at Apsara Angkor Hotel, Siem Reap, Cambodia from 13-14 July 2016.

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High Level Seminar on Green Public Procurement

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Technical Training Institutes learn about GPP as a part of their Sustainable Production and Consumption training.

GPP Bhutan was invited to present at the Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop on Sustainable Production and Consumption organised by the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources (MOLHR) on 16th September, 2015. Mr. Tempa Gyeltshen and Ms. Pem Lama introduced the participants to the Green Public Procurement (GPP) project, presented the findings of year one research and spoke about the importance of sustainable public procurement to the instructors of the technical training institutes in Bhutan.

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Energy Efficiency and Green Public Procurement

Three members from the GPPB team are participating and presenting at the SWITCH-Asia regional conference and networking event on “Advancing energy efficiency in Asia through SCP and green finance” from 7-8 July 2015. The event is designed for SWITCH-Asia Programme representatives, Asian policy-makers dealing with energy efficiency and climate change, finance sector representatives and energy efficiency experts and researchers.

Specific topics to be addressed at the event include:

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Second Round of Training for Procurers on GPP

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CUTS International says public procurement should stimulate economic growth

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GPPB shares its experiences with Indian Railways

As the first country in South Asia to embark on Green Public Procurement (GPP), GPPB/IISD was invited to speak about its experience in Bhutan so far at a seminar hosted by the Indian Railways Institute of Logistics and Materials Management (IRILMM). The seminar on “Creating Synergy between Industry & Public Procurement” held from 5-6th June, 2015, was aimed at bringing the government procurers (for Indian Railways) and industry together in order to discuss three themes, namely:

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