Green Public Procurement in Canada: Buildings, Cement, Steel and Vehicles
SAVi can be used to assess the life-cycle costs of goods and services and design public tenders that require improved sustainability performance. Moreover, SAVi can be used to identify and value the many positive externalities that arise when governments direct their large purchasing power (12–15 per cent of GDP) to steer markets toward sustainable production and consumption.
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The Institute of Social Studies, India is advising networks of Indian municipalities on strategies to realize SDG 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. The institute is completing a gap analysis to support investment decisions and would like to use SAVi to help municipalities understand the costs of risks and externalities.... Read more »
SAVi can be used to support the deployment of nature-based infrastructure solutions, from green roofs and permeable roads to the regeneration of urban spaces to reduce heat stress. We were pleased to have had the opportunity to present and discuss the ongoing SAVi application on Stephenfield Reservoir and Pelly’s Lake in Manitoba, Canada, during the... Read more »
Members of the IISD Public Procurement and Infrastructure Finance team recently presented to students enrolled in the International Masters in Public Procurement Management at the Tor Vergata University in Rome, Italy. Students sponsored by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the African Development Bank Group and the Islamic Development Bank participated in lectures and... Read more »