Since 2009 ISEAL has hosted an annual international conference bringing together sustainability standards, businesses, NGOs, governments and sustainability experts. The Global Sustainability Standards Conference has grown in size and scope every year to become ISEAL's flagship event and a preeminent opportunity to discuss the agenda for credible sustainability standards.
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The conference begins with an evening networking reception and speeches, followed by a full day of sessions, where close to 250 participants enjoy a mix of panel discussions featuring sustainability leaders and smaller interactive sessions on the major issues affecting standards, their role and their growth. With all of ISEAL's member organisations and many standards users under one roof, it is a chance to engage on solutions for improving impacts and effectiveness, and to debate the big questions that all of us committed to sustainaibility standards face.
Following the Global Sustainability Standards Conference, the ISEAL Community Day is an opportunity for members and subscribers to learn more about each other, make progress on collective efforts and explore the potential for collaboration and innovation through smaller group discussions and working groups.