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Is a ‘Great Reshuffle’ on the way in sustainable procurement?

As pressure mounts on companies and procurement to step up efforts to build a more sustainable and equitable future demand is growing for “green skills.” First we heard of the ‘Great Resignation’ whereby professionals were jumping ship to begin employment elsewhere and gain better perks and wages boosts. In procurement, recruiters have told PASA competitiveness […]

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ESG rewards unlocked under new givvable and Fifo Capital partnership

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and finance have been brought together in tandem thanks to a new partnership between AI powered supplier sustainability platform, givvable and Fifo Capital. In what’s billed as an Australian first, it has created a sustainability-linked finance option for small to medium businesses which rewards customers in line with their ESG

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A look ahead at sustainable procurement in 2022

Given that procurement budgets are expected to remain tight in 2022, any sustainability program must be as cost-efficient as they are effective.  Building on recent momentum generated by the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26, corporate environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) initiatives will continue to be in the spotlight.  And evidence from

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SOCIAL PROCUREMENT: National standards and QLD’s $1m deal with sector

The Queensland Government has launched an initiative to grow the state’s social enterprise sector with an injection to the tune of more than $1 million. Under the announcement, the Palaszczuk Government committed to “make it easier” for social enterprises to supply to government in a partnership with national certifier Social Traders. The Queensland Government spends

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High times for climate change resolutions by Australian companies

Corporate support for environmental, social and governance (ESG) is on the rise, with climate change resolutions put forward in Australian companies increasing in number prominence and impact. A record 36 shareholder ESG resolutions were put forward in 2020. So far in 2021 a further 20 have been put forward, with more expected, The Conversation reports.

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