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Jan 2, 2012
Scores 4.77 with 137 votes
Use he smallest possible amount of resources (soil, water, air, energy etc).
Include green procurement standards for all required goods, materials and services.
Consider potential negative environmental and social impacts.
Support the provision of environmental services of a certain area.
Decrease in gas emissions.
Exclude risks of water, air or soil contamination.
Exclude the negative impact of a protected site or a nature park.
Exclude the negative impact of any water bodies.
Comply with the non-deterioration clause of the water framework directive.
Use the most recent supporting water-saving and water recycling technology.
Support or promote realistic water pricing.
Propose activities to raise awareness about water scarcity.
Improve the water quality of a certain water body.
Decrease CO2 emissions.
Reduce the need for transport.
Increase public transport use or the safe use of bicycles.
Promote the most environmentally favourable transport solution.
Include technologies to mitigate negative impacts on biodiversity and species.
Use teleconferences or web conferences rather than traveling for face-to-face meetings.
Use hybrid or alternative fuel vehicle(s).
Comply with environmental regulation.
Consider the most up-to-date technology for energy efficiency in production.
Support the business to use more renewable energy sources.
Use less natural resources like water, soil etc.
Consider the most up-to-date technology for recycling and waste reduction.
Emit less polluting or hazardous substances to air, water or soil.
Support or market eco-technology.
Support jobs in the eco-technology field.
Include green procurement rules for the purchase of materials, goods and services.
Encourage company staff in developing or practising environmental protection measures.
Proposeg renewable energy investments.
Prioritiseg small-scale, local renewable energy sources.
Use to the highest possible energy efficiency in the energy production.
Support renewable energies procurement rules.
Support the research, development or refinement of renewable energy sources.
Consider other forms of waste treatment than land-fill or incineration.
Reduce the amount of waste going to landfills.
Support households to recycle waste.
Reuse packaging and shipping materials.
Use reusable rather than disposable products.
Provide for sustainable funding schemes for conservation actions.
Support the prevention of natural risks.
Scores 4.77 with 137 votes
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