This project aims at providing new inter- and multidisciplinary solutions to the challenges of sustainable corporate behaviour through the analysis of ‘best practices’ of ‘highly sustainable companies’, by using the experience of ‘green public procurement’ in the EU and especially in Catalunya as an example of how to successfully implement ‘sustainable’ concerns.The implementation of the research findings into the university curricula shall contribute to solidifying the sustainable business model by internalizing such concerns by the future business officers and lawyers. It is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 789461 (SCOM Project – Sustainable Company). The target audience is the policy makers, academics as well as public authorities involved in public purchasing procedures. Several strategic partnerships have been formed during this project: with the ERC funded SMART Project from the University of Oslo; the Global Climate Change Week Organisation; the Sustainability Worldwide Center 2050; the in-house Planetary Wellbeing Programme as well as individual alliances in the field of sustainable business and fashion. The project has predominantly global focus with specific local ingredients.