Sustainable Procurement thought-leaders will meet for global forum in Sydney


What you buy, how you buy it and who you buy it from is changing. Environmental and social concerns, such as modern slavery, carbon footprint, local sourcing or supplier diversity are now firmly on the business agenda. A global economy, multinational organisations & international supply chains, highlight the need for one credible guidance standard that can be implemented anywhere in the world.

Such important issues will be addressed through a series of short, powerful presentations from the world’s foremost procurement practitioners at the Global Forum on Sustainable Procurement in Sydney on 2 May 2016. The forum will cover sustainability issues and best practices across the government, retail, construction, infrastructure, FM and energy sectors.

Leaders in Sustainable Procurement spanning the globe will share their insights on how to deliver greater results, leading practices across all sectors and the future of sustainable supply chains. A unique opportunity to hear what is being done in Australia and around the world from financing Australia’s clean energy transformation, to the US Federal Government’s Sustainable Procurement Program, and an introduction to the upcoming ISO20400, the first international guidance standard on sustainable procurement aimed to
deliver long term economic, social and environmental benefits.

Register now and secure your seat for this exciting opportunity to connect with leaders and like-minded professionals across a range of sectors, including the following speakers:
* Tim Nelson, Head of Economics, Policy and Sustainability, AGL Energy, Australia
* Annie Sorel, Accredited Evaluator, French Label on Responsible Supplier Relationships, France
* Farid Yaker, Program Manager, United Nations Environment Program
* Shaun McCarthy, Chair, Supply Chain Sustainability School, UK
* Jean-Louis Haie, Managing Director, Planet Procurement, Australia
* Rosimeri Fauth, Chief Procurement Officer, Itaipu Binacional, Brazil
* Josh Jacobs, Public Affairs Manager, UL, US
* Hidemi Tomita, Procurement Working Group Member, Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Japan

WHEN: Monday 2 May 2016, 6-9PM
WHERE: Australian Technology Park, Redfern, NSW
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