On March 21, 2022, the first World Sustainable Procurement Day took place, covering the full range of important and current sustainable procurement challenges, ranging from Child Labor & Forced Labor, to Supplier Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Living Wages, Human Rights, Conflict Minerals & Mining, Human Trafficking, Scope 3 GHG Emissions, SME suppliers, Supply Chain Transparency & Traceability, Social Procurement, and many, many more.
Recordings will be uploaded to www.spp.earth in due time
From CPOs to students, from Academia to Procurement Practitioners and experts, from Asia to the Americas; the spectrum of speakers and presenters were as wide as the range of formats. More than 6000 individuals registered for the WSPD to meet and exchange with their peers in panel discussions, best practice and breakout sessions and exchanged on challenges and solutions. This event was organized FOR Procurement Professionals BY Procurement Professionals!
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The World Sustainable Procurement Day took place during the 24 hours of the spring equinox on March 21, 2022. and provided a multitude of different online sessions, presented by the Sustainable Procurement Pledge (SPP) Team, SPP Chapters & Champions, partners, and friends with only one goal – to empower and equip Procurement Practitioners with knowledge, best practice approaches, and practical solutions to sustainability challenges
that our Profession needs to tackle NOW.