About the programme
The One Planet Network Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) programme is a voluntary global multi-stakeholder partnership in which various parties - governmental, non-governmental, public and private, agree to work together in a systematic way with the aim to promote and accelerate the implementation of sustainable public procurement globally as a way to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
In the spotlight
Actors of the programme
The SPP programme is a partnership co-led by ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability, the Environmental Development Centre of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of China, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management of the Netherlands and the UN Environment Programme.
A Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC), consisting of governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, private sector businesses, intergovernmental organizations as well as academia and UN agencies, is supporting the Co-Leads in their efforts to mainstream sustainable public procurement.
A number of Partners have joined the SPP programme and are participating in the implementation of its strategic plan.
Portfolio of work
Assessing Implementation and Impacts
Collaborating with the private sector
Identifying Obstacles & Promoting Innovative Solution
Implementing SPP on the ground
How to get involved
To date, more than 500 stakeholders, including governments and large scale implementing partners (UN bodies, civil society and private sector organizations) are engaged in the One Planet Network and its programmes. Becoming a partner of a One Planet Network programme provides opportunities to collaborate with others for action on the ground, developing innovative projects at scale, and the possibility to access a variety of funding sources.