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Introduction to Social Value

Introduction to Social Value

This E Learning module introduces social value, explains what it is , how embedding it in a business can bring value and why it matters to clients, contractors and stakeholders. Although initially created for the construction sector this module has much information that will be informative in other sectors.

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Public Food Procurement for Sustainable Food Systems and Healthy Diets Volume 2

Public Food Procurement for Sustainable Food Systems and Healthy Diets Volume 2

Sustainable public food procurement has the potential to impact both food consumption and food production patterns. It may enhance access to healthy diets for consumers of publicly procured food (such as schoolchildren) and promote the development of more sustainable food systems (through its demand and spillover effects). Sustainable public food procurement also has the potential to decrease rural poverty by stimulating the development of markets, providing a regular and reliable source of income for smallholder farmers and helping these farmers overcome barriers that prevent them from enhancing their productivity.

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Alfred Gilbert  Webinar speaker

Alfred Gilbert Webinar speaker

Having graduated in 2015 with a Masters in Sustainable Development from the University of Exeter Alfred joined Action Sustainability in July 2018 and the multi award-winning Supply Chain Sustainability School before transferring across into the Consultancy.
He has since spent time working with major clients on their social value.
Alfie is currently seconded part time to Siemens as a Sustainability Specialist for their rail automation division and works closely with other consultants to support the delivery of the Sustainability Tool.

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