January 26, 2023 7:00 am

2022 Sustainable Public Procurement Global Review

HOST: The United Nations Environment Programme

LOCATION: Virtual Webinar

Circular Economy, Supply Chain

Presenting the main findings and conclusions of the Sustainable Public Procurement Global Review (2022)

Sustainable procurement is broadly regarded as an important policy instrument for achieving socio-economic and environmental objectives. But what are the facts and figures that support this assessment? In an effort to gauge progress in SP implementation, the United Nations Environment Programme released the third edition of its Sustainable Public Procurement Global Review last month. This report provides important insight into the current state of sustainable procurement, as well as progress in the development of sustainable public procurement policies, implementation activities and monitoring efforts among national governments. It also explores the diffusion of sustainable procurement to the private sector, international organizations, and the role of supporting entities. Join us on January 26th for a presentation on the main findings and conclusions of the 2022 Sustainable Public Procurement Global Review and meet the various authors who contributed to this publication.


Webinar – Online


Thursday, January 26, 2023
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM CST



Agnes Wierzbicki (Affiliate)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Elisa Tonda
Chief of the Resources and Markets Branch,
Economy DivisionUnited Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Farid Yaker
Programme Officer
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Nicole Darnall
Foundation Professor of Management and Public Policy
School of Sustainability, Arizona State University (ASU)

Justin Stritch
Associate Professor
Arizona State University (ASU)

Aure Adell
Sustainable Procurement Consultant
Espace Québécois de Concertation sur les Pratiques d’Asourcing Responsable (ECPAR)

Luc Bres
Laval University

Carsten Hansen
Co-Chair of the UN Inter-Agency Working Group on Sustainable Procurement
United Nations

Jellie Molino(Affiliate)
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Roberto Caranta
Law Department of the University of Turin