Jason LaChappelle

Jason was formerly ISEAL's Senior Communications Coordinator and is a Freelance Consultant now

Jason joined ISEAL in 2011 and worked to improve the quality and quantity of ISEAL’s online content and external publications. As editor of the email newsletters, he coordinated the delivery of compelling articles and valuable information relating to the work of ISEAL and its members, as well as the broader sustainability standards movement. Jason also explored opportunities for ISEAL to communicate its work more effectively and to promote the value of sustainability standards to a larger audience. In both external and internal communications, he was responsible for ensuring that ISEAL’s work is conveyed in a clear and accessible way.  Jason departed from ISEAL in early 2015.

Jason graduated with a Master of Arts in Global Governance from the University of Waterloo (Canada), specialising in environmental politics. During this time he worked for the Centre for International Governance Innovation on the institute’s African Initiative. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, where he focused on international development. For many years Jason worked with organisations supporting people with intellectual disabilities, and this remains an area of personal interest.

Jason is based in:

Canada

Development of the claims tools

ISEAL undertook a robust 18-month process to develop its claims and labelling tools, including two rounds of public consultation and engagement with leading experts.

An Introduction to the ISEAL Community

Download this brochure to learn more about membership, becoming an ISEAL subscriber and all of the benefits of being a part of the ISEAL Community.

Living wage estimate for Kenya released

The collaboration between a group of sustainability standards to promote higher wages in certified supply chains has led to the release of an agreed living wage benchmark for a region in Kenya.

ISEAL Bulletin: December 2014

Download the December 2014 edition of the ISEAL Bulletin

Value chain approach yielding success for Bonsucro

At its annual conference in Manila last month, ISEAL member Bonsucro brought together sugarcane farmers, millers, traders, and retail companies from all corners of the world. While bringing sustainability to the mainstream is still a long journey for the industry, the spirit of collaboration is alive.

A first look at the next Global Sustainability Standards Conference

It's only December, but preparations for the 2015 conference are in full swing. Read about the topics that we plan to debate in Berlin.

Our ten favourite memories from 2014

We’re very excited about sharing our plans for 2015 with you (at a webinar on 12 January), but before we do that, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on what we’re proudest of from 2014.

A Roadmap to Change: Programme

Here is the programme for the Global Sustainability Standards Conference. The event takes place at DBB Forum in Berlin.

Claims Good Practice Guide: Summary of first consultation and responses

This document presents a summary of the comments for each section and for the Guide as a whole, and how they were handled in the revised draft document – v0.2. In general the comments showed that the first draft was very well received and it fills a need for standards systems.

A Roadmap to Change: Speakers

Read about our distinguished group of leaders and experts who spoke at the 2015 conference.
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