- Sustainable Public Procurement
Following the successful 2017-2018 Asia Pacific GPP Partnership project in Thailand and Viet Nam, Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI) is announcing a new Call for Proposals for Green Public Procurement Plus Project this year in cooperation with UN Environment Programme (UNEP). The purpose of the project is to lay a strong foundation for market development for eco-friendly products and services, and to facilitate achievement of SDG Target 12.7 (Implementation of Sustainable Public Procurement) in a partner country.
Capacity building of the national government and public organizations in terms of institutionalization and implementation of green public procurement via policy consultation and technical assistance tailored to the needs of a partner country
Opening: 26th March 2019, GMT + 9
Closing: 14th April 2019, GMT + 9
Eligibility: The call is open to national governments or public organizations in the Asia-Pacific region where Type 1 Eco-labelling is currently in practice.
Duration: The duration of the project will vary from 12 to 24 months according to the project concept.
For more detailed information and to apply, please see:
For any inquiries, please contact Ms. Aran Chae, Project Manager, Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute at email@example.com
Today, our planet is increasingly plagued by environmental crises such as global warming, resource depletion as well as public health and safety problems. Mission of Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute is based upon the global consensus that we should save our planet. KEITI, a quasi-government organization affiliated with the Ministry of Environment, is committed to achieving both environmental protection and economic growth. In order to fulfill our mission, they support creating environmental technologies, nurturing environmental industries and promoting an eco-friendly lifestyles. KEITI is a part of Sustainable Public Procurement Programme.
Read more about One Planet network Sustainable Public Procurement Programme: https://www.oneplanetnetwork.org/sustainable-public-procurement