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    • PROCO 2 Re-engineering procurement (PRO) Reducing carbon dioxide emissions (CO 2 ) and enabling sustainability Dr. Richard Bull & team. March 7 th , 2011
      • DE MONFORT UNIVERSITY
      • World-class university situated in Leicester, with more than 18,000 students and 3,000 staff, five faculties offering around 400 courses and an annual turnover in the region: £132.5 million
      • INSTITUTE OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
      • Leading research institute conducting innovative and groundbreaking research into renewable energy, sustainable development and public engagement
      • ARUP
      • Multidisciplinary, engineering, design, planning and environmental consultancy. Widespread experience on scope 3 emissions analysis, stakeholder engagement and change management
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    • DMU Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector and by Scope (2008/09)
      • Aim: To develop an ICT based decision making tool to enable DMU to reduce scope 3 emissions, notably procurement
      • Objectives:
        • Link financial and environmental accounting for procurement in the ICT tool and database
        • Increase awareness on the environmental impacts of purchasing goods/services and support decision-making towards sustainable procurement
        • Understand issues of organizational learning and institutional change.
        • Contribute to the financial and environmental sustainability and resilience of the organization through reducing procurement spend and their associated GHG emissions by reducing consumption.