Liesbeth Casier is a Project Officer in IISD’s Economic Law and Policy program. Liesbeth is a Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) specialist who has done consulting work with the Inter-American Network for Government Procurement, the Inter-American Development Bank and the International Development Research Centre. She has served as an Environment and Trade Consultant with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), where she focused on research at the intersection of international economic law, trade policy and the environment and contributed significantly to the IISD-UNEP Trade & Green Economy Handbook. Liesbeth has a strong background in sustainable development from a legal and policy perspective. She is currently pursuing an LLB at the University of London.
- The Sustainable Asset Valuation of the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania (SAGCOT) Initiative: A focus on irrigationThis report discusses the results of the application of the Sustainable Asset Valuation (SAVi) tool to irrigation infrastructure in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor in Tanzania.
- Moving Towards Sustainable Performance-Based Procurement in the Western CapeRead this report to discover how public procurement is no longer a back-office function anymore, but a crucial pillar for delivering government services, and a strategic one for tackling climate change.
- Low-Carbon Innovation for Sustainable Infrastructure: The role of public procurementThis report discusses how to leverage the power of public procurement laws, policies and practices to drive low-carbon innovation in the construction and infrastructure sectors.