Better management and governance
- Efficient use of public funds through the application of new approaches that improve the management and efficiency of the administration.
- Support in achieving the objectives of all types of policies (economic, social, environmental, innovation, etc).
- Reinforcement of the legitimacy of public action as it acts by leading by example.
- More efficiency in the use of natural resources, thereby contributing to the conservation of natural heritage and biodiversity.
- Protection of our environment with the corresponding direct benefits on public health (improvement of air and water quality, reduction of the toxic load, etc.).
- Contribution to the mitigation of global problems (such as climate change, deforestation, etc.) through the promotion of more sustainable productive activities.
- Promotion of a greener, circular, innovative, inclusive and competitive economy.
- Improved access to the public market for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and social entities and enterprises (insertion companies, special work centers, etc.).
- More integration and empowerment of groups at risk of exclusion through their active integration into the economic system.
- Minimization of barriers for people with disabilities.
- Development of socio-labor skills in the population (especially young people).
- Ensure fair working conditions thanks to the requirement of compliance with the fundamental conventions of the International Labor Organization and other socio-labor commitments (stability of the occupation, decent salaries, etc.).
- Sustainable alternatives are often the same or cheaper than conventional ones.
- The real cost is not only the acquisition price, but the life cycle cost.
- Sustainable shopping achieves savings thanks to rethinking needs.
- Sustainable purchasing saves resources in other areas or policies.
See you in the next post.