Speakers from around the world share their knowledge, expertise and experience of social value monetisation and answer a range of questions from the participants attending the webinar. Hosted by Shaun McCarthy this webinar attracted hundreds of people from a host of organisations.
Leading role or bit player? Main contractors, supply chain and sustainable construction. Contributed Erica Russell.
Large scale construction projects require supply networks to deliver thousands of component parts. Embodied within them are minerals, energy, water, labour, waste and other human rights abuses. This thesis focuses on the UK construction industry and the ability of the main contractor to affect the sustainability of the final asset.
Supporting Government Procurement of using recycled materials using the ISO 20400 standard. Contributed by Jean-Louis Haie
An report from Australia where the Government are sustainably procuring recycled materials using the ISO 20400 standard – guidance.
Recording of the Plastics webinar on the 20th October featuring Ann Sofie Gade, Nichola Hutson, Matt Nichols and Shaun McCarthy … Edited by Tom Hill.
Shaun McCarthy talked about the UK Plastic Tax due to be introduce on 2021 and our speakers talked about their…
As the Supply Chain Sustainability School gains it’s 100th partner, the partners reflect on what benefits they have gained by being part of the SCSS and how their supply chains benefit from the FREE resources.
Recording of the “Healthcare sustainable procurement for Covid and beyond” Hosted by Shaun McCarthy and Edited by Tom Hill
Our global specialist discuss the issues around healthcare procurement during the Covid 19 pandemic and the lessons learned.
James Cadman ( UK ), Tanya Harris ( Australia ), Neil Hind ( UK ) and Annie Sorel ( France ) join Shaun McCarthy to listen to the discussion on healthcare procurement past, present and for the future.
Scottish Government’s stance on the public sector sustainable procurement through their sustainable procurement duty
Useful guidance on public sector sustainable procurement in Scotland