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The Power of Public Purchasing: making EU public procurement policy work for people and forests

28 March 2015

Written by: Ed Fenton

The Power of Public Purchasing: making EU public procurement policy work for people and forests

This report examines how procurement policies have been applied in timber procurement and to agricultural products in public catering and food. It finds that many EU governments require publicly procured timber and timber products to be legal, as evidenced by certain certification schemes, but miss the opportunity to encourage a market for FLEGT-licensed products.

 

Categories: Sustainable Supply Chains, EU Action Plan

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