Our Planet, our Health: Success Factors of Toxic-free Public Procurement
In the midst of a polluted planet, a pandemic, increasing diseases, and growing conflicts, many of us recognize that health is our most important value. Health should therefore be an important component of all policies, including public procurement. This World Health Day, we will highlight how public procurement can successfully inspire change towards a healthy, toxic-free future!
We invite you to join the webinar of the World Future Council: Our Planet, our Health: Success Factors of Toxic-free Public Procurement
This online event is dedicated to pioneering public procurement measures effective in reducing hazardous chemicals and their success factors. In particular, it will feature a Future Policy Gold Award-winning policy from the Swedish region Stockholm, which has reduced the use of listed substances by 90 percent in the health sector.
- Monika Gail MacDevette, Chief of the Chemicals and Health Branch, UN Environment Programme (UNEP)
- Malin Fijen Pacsay, Chairperson of the Climate and Sustainability Committee, Region Stockholm, Sweden
- Dr Rosemary Kumwenda, SPHS Coordinator and Regional HIV/Health Team leader, UNDP Istanbul Regional Hub
- Jenni Rovio, Sustainable and Innovative Procurement Expert, Finland
- Representative of the Ministry of Health, Honduras (name still to be confirmed)
- Moderator: Alexandra Wandel, Executive Director, World Future Council, Germany
You can now find the recording on World Future Council's Youtube channel:
Forward Thinkers Webinar: Our Planet, our Health: Success Factors of Toxic-free Public Procurement