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Second edition of Newsletter series of the GPP4Growth project, December 2017

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Dear reader,

Welcome to the second edition of the Newsletter series of the GPP4Growth project!

GPP4Growth is a European project funded by the INTERREG Europe Programme that aims to create opportunities for public authorities to stimulate eco-innovation, resource efficiency & green growth through Green Public Procurement (GPP).

Over the last few months, the project partners have advanced significantly with the project implementation, focusing on activities to promote the exchange of experiences between regions and the organisation of meetings at a national level with key stakeholders, who have shown great interest in the project and its objectives. In the following pages, you will find information on the GPP4Growth latest developments and upcoming activities.

Through our GPP4Growth project website and this periodic newsletter, that will be published every six months, we will keep you informed about our progress and key outcomes.

The GPP4Growth project team

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Green Infrastructure is addressing the spatial structure of natural and semi-natural areas but also other environmental features which enable citizens to benefit from its multiple services. The underlying principle of Green Infrastructure is that the same area of land can frequently offer multiple benefits if its ecosystems are in a healthy state. Green Infrastructure investments are generally characterized by a high level of return over time, provide job opportunities, and can be a cost-effective alternative or be complementary to 'grey' infrastructure and intensive land use change. It serves the interests of both people and nature.

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