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Join a free webinar with European and U.S. experts to discuss international developments in “green procurement” on Wednesday, 30 September 2020 — 9 am ET/15:00 CET.
Global challenges related to the climate changes as described in the Paris Agreement influence various aspects of public policies across the world. This leads us to observe in the U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden’ s New Green Deal and in Europe, where for example the New Industrial Strategy for Europe calls for the support and implementation of the green aspects in public procurement. Also, the New European Green Deal and the Just Transition Fund should have a significant impact on the public procurement market and regulations.
Although Green Public Procurement (GPP) is still a non-mandatory legal instrument, the European Commission has opted for this solution as an effective measure in the EU's efforts to become a more resource-efficient economy. GPP can help stimulate a critical mass of demand for more sustainable goods and services which otherwise would be difficult to get onto the market. The new European initiatives are important not only for European public authorities and contractors but also for U.S. enterprises interested in Transatlantic cooperation.
The Institute of Law at the University of Silesia, Association ''Pro Silesia’’ with the support of the George Washington University’s Government Procurement Program invites you for a 90-minute, free webinar concerning current challenges and opportunities for green public policies and their influence on public procurement markets in the USA and the European Union, with discussions with leading specialists from both sides of the Atlantic.
During the webinar, Katarzyna Kuźma, Partner in DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice, will give a lecture entitled “The support of the green effects in the new Polish Public Procurement Act”, and dr Wojciech Hartung, Counsel in DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice will give a lecture entitled: “European Green Deal and Just Transition Fund reflections on the European Public Procurement legal regime”.
Registration at: GPP Webinar Registration
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