Director, Ardea International
Specialist modern slavery expert, environmental, business and human rights lawyer and consultant. Colleen is a tri-qualified solicitor in England and Wales, Scotland and South Africa. Fellow of IEMA. Founder and CEO of Ardea International. The Legal 500 and Chambers recognised Colleen as a leading environmental law practitioner. She holds a LLB and LLM (with distinction) from Aberdeen University. She lectures at Birkbeck University and is a research fellow of the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery, St Mary’s, Twickenham. She sits on the advisory board for LexisPSL Environment and Positive Luxury. She was a founding member of the steering group of British Association for Sustainable Sport (BASIS) and previously an executive member and trustee of the UK Environmental Law Association. Accredited Acre Consultant.
Bridging the gap between sustainability and procurement
Procurement is changing, which means the way organisations engage with their suppliers, manage their supplier relationships, and make their purchasing decisions is changing.
Due to increasing focus on organisation’s relationships with their suppliers, procurement is having to engage with far more areas of the business and on a wider range of subjects. Sustainability is one of the areas that has become a key part of the evolution of procurement, and this relationship and subject matter needs to be understood by both sides in order to be implemented and integrated successfully.
In this workshop, Greenstone will cover:
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