On this page, you can access the resources, presentations and recordings from previous meetings and events held with, or for, the LUPC & SUPC Responsible Procurement Group. Please get in touch with Marisol Bernal if you have any questions.
LUPC & SUPC Responsible Procurement webinars
Back in October 2022 LUPC & SUPC Annual Responsible Procurement event covered key areas of Social Value, Modern Slavery and the Environment. Catch up on the three topical webinars below:
- Overview of the Higher Education TOMs and Social Value in practice
- The Government Modern Slavery Assessment Tool (MSAT)
- Standardised Carbon Emissions Reporting Framework
LUPC & SUPC Responsible Procurement Group: Jiteen Ahmed, Head of Technical Services at Aston University, on a cradle to grave overview of sustainable laboratory procurement.
Sustainable Laboratory Procurement - Aston University: presentation slides & presentation recording
Our LUPC & SUPC joint Responsible Procurement Event 2021 was held on 10 November. We heard from Clyde & Co. on creating a diverse workforce; from The University of Nottingham on their Slavery Free Campus and from the Environment Agency on carbon offsetting.
The webinar recordings will be available shortly but you can access the presentations slides now here:
Webinar 1 - Creating a diverse workforce - Clyde& Co
Webinar 2 - The Slavery Free Campus - Uni of Nottingham
Webinar 3 - Carbon Offsetting - Environment Agency
Andy Davies, and Kimberley Lewis at the Natural History Museum presented on their responsible procurement activity at this meeting. You can view the recording of their presentation and the Q&A here, and the presentation slides here.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) presented their Sustainability Strategic Plan, which includes initiatives such as becoming the first carbon-neutral university for all measured emissions for 2020/2021 at this meeting. To access a recording of the presentation, click here.
4 November 2020
LUPC and SUPC held their joint Responsible Procurement Event 2020 on 4 November. We had presentations from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the University of Bristol. Read a summary of the event here and you can access the slides and recordings here.