Seven universal principles for solving sprawl and building smarter, more sustainable cities.
How can International Standards provide guidance to ensure water is fit for purpose and used in the right way?
Can ISO 30500 help deliver sustainable sanitation to the 2.3 billion people who lack access to basic services?
Why do we need to manage global water resources? According to environmental scientist Dr Debbie Chapman, our health and well-being depend on it!
In many places around the world, rural and urban populations have to use toilets that aren’t connected to mains sewers. ISO 30500 aims to help!
The 1982 film Blade Runner sparked an interesting dialogue on urban planning and the future of our cities, which is still relevant today.
Tourism is one of the fastest developing sectors, with increasing growth for the coming years. How can International Standards contribute to this development?
Ten years ago, the UN announced that the human race had reached a tipping point. 2007 marked the year that more than 50 % of the world’s population lived in […]
When it comes to ensuring food security and sustainable agriculture, there simply is no “one size fits all”. Many interventions that have attempted to address the challenges of food security […]
Future ISO 14080 will help government and industry put together credible, transparent and consistent climate action. Greenhouse gases (GHG) are identified as the principal cause of climate change and managing […]
Hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales, leading chocolate and cocoa companies commit to develop cooperative, multi-stakeholder framework to address deforestation and forest degradation in the cocoa supply chain Twelve […]
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. […]