Suzanne Clift

Suzanne is ISEAL's Communications Manager

I work in the Development and Communication Team. My role includes developing campaigns and content for the various communication channels, as well as developing ISEAL's online communication and multimedia assets and working closely with colleagues in delivering ISEAL’s events and media engagement.

I joined ISEAL in January 2016.

Before ISEAL...

I worked in communication for non-profit and public sector organisations, including leading the communication team for the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) and as corporate brand manager for the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). Previously I worked in Government managing internal communication and major change communication programmes. I hold a BA Hons degree in Communication Studies, Masters in Applied Linguistics and Postgraduate Diploma in Change Management.

Ask me about:

Anything related to ISEAL communication.

I am based in: 

London

Responsible Jewellery Council and Alliance for Responsible Mining working together to reduce the burden of audits

The Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) and Alliance for Responsible Mining (ARM) will harmonise their assurance systems where possible and pilot combined Fairmined and chain of custody audits to reduce audit burden.

Implementing the Agenda 2030: sustainability standards help business seize opportunities

A new report published by WWF and ISEAL today indicates how businesses can contribute strongly to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and unlock new market opportunities by using credible voluntary sustainability standards to transform entire sectors and supply chains.

New report: ISEAL members more transparent and supportive to small producers than other sustainability standards

A new policy report finds a positive relationship between ISEAL membership and “producer-friendly” sustainability standards systems.

Using sustainability certification to improve mining standards

A recent study finds that sustainability standards can add value to the mining and minerals sector.

Illustrating the economic benefits of credible sustainability standards

New ISEAL infographic illustrates how certified commodities have lower external costs benefiting farmers, the environment and society.

New research shows independent labeling increases brand trust

A new consumer survey done on behalf of MSC shows that more than 60% of consumers agree that certifications raise their confidence in a brand.

What’s the business case for certification for small producers?

Sustainability standards are helping millions of farmers to protect their environment, communities and livelihoods by helping them to manage their operations sustainably and to access support and global markets. However, what is the business case for certification for the small producer?

2014 Annual Report

Read all about the progress of ISEAL and its members in 2014.

2015 Annual Report

The ISEAL Alliance 2015 Annual Report is available to download. The report is accompanied by an infographic that highlights key figures from the year.

Call for collaboration to achieve sustainable palm oil in Indonesia

TFA News recently published an article, written by Kate Bottriell of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), calling on the palm oil industry in Indonesia to work together in creating the reforms needed to overcome barriers to sustainability.
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