With so many people talking about sustainability, ISO Standards bring much-needed clarity to the conversation.

More than ever, both consumers and manufacturers recognize the impacts of their choices and actions.

In the past, many of the costs of doing business were hidden, but now ISO Standards allow them to be quantified and factored in to decision-making processes. This means more responsive, and responsible businesses.

ISO Standards enable businesses to plan their future growth around meeting consumer expectations. They enable transparency about products and best practices for limiting their  impacts.

Below you can find out more about the most commonly-used sustainability and social responsibility standards, who develops them, and new projects in the pipeline.

GRI G4 Guidelines and ISO 26000:2010

A guide on how to use ISO 26000 and GRI together

ISO 37101 – Sustainable development in communities

An overview of ISO 37101 and how it can help promote sustainable development in communities.

Environmental management – The ISO 14000 family of International Standards

This brochure provides a basic introduction to the ISO 14000 family of standards.

Source: iso.org

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