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How can local councils transition to Net Zero? May 2022

This was posted in ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement, Sustainability Strategy

With it being revealed that 7 in 10 local UK councils are struggling to fund their Net Zero transitions, Head of Consultancy James Cadman looks at why this must continue to be a priority for local councils, and what can be done to achieve it.

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Meet The Team: Mellita D'Silva May 2022

This was posted in Meet The Team

For our fourth edition of Meet The Team, we introduce Sustainable Procurement Consultant, Mellita D'Silva.

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Women are the key to resilient supply chains May 2022

This was posted in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement

Women can provide a unique skillset and different perspectives, yet women only make up 12% of the construction industry workforce.

Seeing women at all levels, and especially at leadership levels, improves diversity and inclusion throughout entire organisations, enabling greater innovation and productivity, and ultimately, a more resilient supply chain.

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It can be difficult to navigate sustainability issues within the procurement process

Navigating unsustainable decisions and ethical dilemmas April 2022

This was posted in ISO 20400 Sustainable Procurement

How can organisations effectively manage issues of sustainability and ethics within the procurement process?

Our lead sustainable procurement consultant Mellita D'Silva has five pieces of advice for how organisations can do just that.

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Supply Chain Sustainability School Honoured With Queen’s Award For Enterprise in Sustainable Development April 2022

This was posted in All Topics, News

The Supply Chain Sustainability School has joined an exclusive group of companies in receiving Britain’s most coveted business prize; a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

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Rising Energy Prices: Solutions to Save in the Construction Industry April 2022

This was posted in Energy & Carbon

Whilst energy prices continue to grow, so do the opportunities and technologies that exist to reduce energy consumption and increase the energy efficiency of both our homes and businesses.

Consultant Researcher Sam Walker reveals four energy-saving tips to help the construction industry.

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