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2nd High Level Seminar on Green Public Procurement

The 2nd High Level Seminar (HLS) on Green Public Procurement (GPP) was held on 22nd April in Taj Tashi Hotel, Thimphu. It was graced by His Excellency Dasho (Dr.) Sonam Kinga, Chairperson of the National Council of Bhutan.

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High Level Seminar on Green Public Procurement

A High Level Seminar on Green Public Procurement (GPP) was held on 10th December 2015 to present the findings and recommendations on implementing GPP in Bhutan as well as to catalyse discussion among policy and decision makers on how procurement can be used as a strategic tool for green growth, in line with the country’s Gross National Happiness (GNH) philosophy. The seminar resulted in the formation of Parliamentary Forum to champion GPP in the Parliament.

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Forum on Sustainable Consumption in Thimphu

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GPP Bhutan speaks to faculty and students at the Royal Thimphu College

On 2nd September, 2015, the GPP Bhutan’s Ms. Oshani Perera, Mr. Kezang, Mr. Yeshey Penjor and Ms. Pem Lama presented to the lecturers and students of Royal Thimphu College on sustainable public procurement. Close to 150 faculty members and students studying either Business or Environmental Science attended the presentation.

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GPP Bhutan conducts seminar to disseminate its Year 1 Research Findings

On September 3, 2015 at the Ariya Hotel in Thimphu, delegates from the public and private sector came together to learn about and discuss the findings of a EU-funded, SWITCH Asia project on Green Public Procurement in Bhutan. The 3.5 year long project is about half way along its journey, and the seminar provided an occasion for the project leaders to share their findings with the wider stakeholder groups in Bhutan and to seek inputs and advice for structuring the remainder of their activities.

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