Join a Canada-wide movement to advance sustainable procurement
In 2020, sustainable procurement is more relevant than ever. It’s an important lever for promoting supplier diversity, fighting climate change, and increasing the circularity of our economy. It helps manages supply chain risk and increases economic efficiency by considering the total cost of products and services—above and beyond the purchase price.
Sustainable procurement also allows organizations to contribute to achieving the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. In particular, it supports Goal 12: Responsible Consumption and Production.
PARTNERING FOR THE SDGs
The Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (CCSP) is excited to announce it’s teaming up with ECPAR and the Government of Canada’s Sustainable Development Goals Program to:
- Bring awareness to SDG 12 and its importance;
- Benchmark 200 private and public sector organizations through the 2020 Barometer survey; and
- Build alignment across Canadian organizations advancing sustainable procurement.
TAKE THE 2020 BAROMETER SURVEY
Get involved by taking the 2020 Barometer survey by September 11, 2020. Receive a confidential, personalized report outlining the maturity of your sustainable procurement practices as compared to other respondents across Canada and recommendations for actions to advance your efforts.
SAVE TIME ON YOUR CCSP BENCHMARKING ASSESSMENT
CCSP members who participate in the 2020 Barometer survey will benefit from an expedited CCSP benchmarking assessment in preparation for the 2020 Annual Report on the State of Sustainable Public procurement in Canada released in January 2021.
Read the 2019 Annual Report here.