Sustainable public procurement
Factoring sustainability into public procurement delivers considerable added value by helping to reduce environmental impacts and further ethical and social objectives.
We advise on compliance with statutory requirements of a social, ethical and environmental nature as part of public procurement processes carried out by public sector authorities and entities.
We provide guidance to contractors on how to fulfill contractual clauses requiring the mitigation of environmental impacts throughout the life cycle of assets, works and services.
We help public authorities implement sustainable and socially responsible green procurement models.
We conduct due diligence reviews and compliance procedures aimed at ensuring that bidders meet green procurement and environmental impact abatement requirements in tenders.
We prepare sustainable public procurement and responsible purchasing plans, developing the guidelines necessary to incorporate environmental criteria at every stage of the process to significantly reduce environmental impacts.
Spain: The steps for preparation of the Preliminary Bill for the Sustainability Reporting Law are officially in motion
Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation will be responsible for carrying out the transposition of the corporate sustainability reporting directive (CSRD).
7th Anniversary of the 2030 Agenda: 10 initiatives to lead change from the private sector
Businesses play a key role in the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals. We take a look at some of the most significant initiatives and actions being adopted by the private sector to implement the 2030 Agenda and contribute to change.
Future law for due diligence on the environment and human rights takes first steps
The legislation, currently under a public consultation period, will set out an infringements and penalties system for companies that fail to fulfill their duties to respect, protect and promote human and environmental rights and will ensure access…