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GUPP Moodle with 12 Modules on Green Public Procurement in construction is now available to everyone

One of the main results of the GUPP project was the preparation of the GUPP Web Platform, an innovative e-training and e-learning tool  Engagement with GPP in construction works. For that purpose we used the Moodle platform, which is now freely available through simple registration procedure. Here you can download Learner's and Trainer's manual with instructions about the GUPP Moodle platform in english language. Both manuals are available also in french, slovene and greek language. 

GUPP Moodle Learner's Manual: in French, Slovene and Greek language 
GUPP Moodle Trainer's Manual: in French, Slovene and Greek language  

On this link you can access the Moodle. In case you will have any problems, we welcome your questions at our national contacts: 

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GUPP Policy Recommendation Guidelines 

One of the GUPP outputs is a Policy Recommendation Guidlines, a document that presents the primary needs that shape the objectives and barriers found in the implementation of green public procurement (GPP), to determine the corresponding needs, objectives, and barriers in GPP training, in order to formulate appropriate recommendation directions of policy for GPP. The report encloses a review on the current policy which imposes new needs and objectives but also presents barriers for the implementation of GPP. You can access the full report on this link (in english language)


Green Public Procurement: a transnational report on the regulatory framework and GPP practices in the field of construction works for selected EU countries 

In the auspices of the GUPP project report has been prepared that aims to provide a “Green Handbook: An instrument on GPP Regulatory Framework and Practice” that will introduce a general understanding of the green procurement process and challenges faced upon its implementation in the participating countries (France, Greece, Ireland, Slovenia) at different levels (central and regional), with a special focus on construction works. 

The overall aim of the report is to compare, map and develop a methodology for the GUPP framework, recognizing the differences in each country (France, Greece, Ireland, Slovenia) and determining a mutually recognizable approach to GPP practice, in the effort to develop learning opportunities for public authorities’ staff to stimulate resource efficiency and green growth. 

You are invited to read the short form of the report in national language (english, french, slovene, greek) and the full version in English language.