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Sustainable procurement – the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

This case study provides an overview of how sustainability was integrated into procurement methods and processes, supply chain engagement and management, and looks at the sustainability lessons for future events and businesses generally.

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Complaint and dispute resolution process to deal with breaches of the Sustainable Sourcing Code

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

Sustainability lessons learned from developing and implementing a process to deal with complaints and grievances related to the application of the LOCOG Sustainable Sourcing Code, particularly in relation to labour conditions at factories in the supply chain which supplied sponsors, licensees and suppliers. The process was informed by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and […]

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The London 2012 Zero Waste Games Vision – event waste management system

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

This case study focuses mainly on how waste was managed in accordance with zero waste principles during the operational period of the Games, including sustainability challenges and lessons learned.

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Packaging and consumables for catering

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

This micro-report provides an overview of sustainability and zero waste considerations in the sourcing and supply of Games catering packaging and consumables and the sustainability learning that was gained.

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Management and redeployment of Games assets for reuse

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

This micro-report provides an overview of how Games assets were managed in accordance with zero waste and low carbon principles and redeployed for reuse and the sustainability learning that was gained.

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Development and application of a carbon footprinting methodology for the Games

by Phil Cumming on March 1, 2015

Key sustainability lessons learned from defining, reducing and compensating of London 2012’s carbon footprint are set out in this case study. It can be read alongside a complementary research paper on how the Games footprint was reduced and compensated.

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Management Systems for Sustainability: How to Connect Strategy and Action

by Phil Cumming on December 1, 2013

Short introductory guide to management systems thinking and concepts and sets out clear and practical steps to help you be more formalised and systematic about how and when you do things. This book will help you deliver on your sustainability ambitions — without needing to follow a single management system standard! Read an extract.

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Making events more sustainable. A guide to BS 8901

by Phil Cumming on November 1, 2010

Guide to implementing a management system to improve the sustainability of events. Although ISO 20121 (the Event Sustainability Management System standard and BS 8901’s international successor) has now been published this guide will still be useful. While structurally ISO 20121 is a little different to BS 8901 its core requirements are largely the same.

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