GPP-STREAM: the final dissemination event is available online

24 February 2022

GPP-STREAM project organised its Final Dissemination Event on 16-17 February 2022. The main objective of the event was to promote the project achievements and to disseminate the results of the regional action plans to a large audience of stakeholders and policymakers.

The conference was organized online and recordings of the two sessions are available below.

During the first day of the event, GPP-STREAM partners presented their achievements in regards to the implementation of their regional GPP action plans – lessons learnt and difficulties met. There was also a session dedicated to the integration of green public procurement (GPP) into policy instruments: case studies and good practices from other EU regions not directly involved in GPP-STREAM project.

Watch the first session of the conference HERE

During the second day, high level speakers from public EU institutions presented good practices and case studies on environmental policy development and how GPP could be integrated into various policies which public administrations (PAs) need to develop and implement.

Watch the second session of the conference HERE

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