This sustainability risk matrix tool was developed by BUFDG PPG and The University of Edinburgh has enhanced this which helps to identify the level of risk such as equality, WEEE, social, environmental etc associated with various goods and services. This tool can be used in conjunction with the Defra Prioritisation Methodology
This page has further information on sustainable procurement training courses that have been developed to support the sustainable procurement project. There is no need to be a project partner of the EAUC to take advantage of the training.
This page explains how to use procurement to help deliver your corporate targets to reduce construction waste to landfill. The guidance includes a full set of model wording for clients and principal contractors.
The tool will help prioritise action and help in the development of the buyer approach and market engagement strategy as well as identifying the key areas for focussing time and resources to embed sustainable procurement and manage sustainable risk.
Climate Futures analyses the social, political, economic and psychological consequences of climate change and describes how different global responses to the problem could lead to five very different worlds by 2030.
The Flexible Framework is a widely used self assessment mechanism developed by the business-led Sustainable Procurement Task Force, which allows organisations to measure and monitor their progress on sustainable procurement over time.
The EU Ecolabel helps you identify products and services that have a reduced impact on the environment throughout their life cycle, from the extraction of raw material through to production, use and disposal. Recognised throughout Europe, it is a voluntary label promoting environmental excellence which can be trusted.