There are hundreds of standards and certification schemes on the market – but some are more credible than others. ISEAL’s Credibility Principles represent the core values on which effective sustainability standards are built.
We developed the Credibility Principles through a year-long global consultation with a diverse group of more than 400 stakeholders. Our goal was to pinpoint the fundamental qualities that make standards most likely to achieve positive impacts.
The principles provide a guide for any standard that assesses sustainability. Companies, governments and NGOs can also use them as a reference point for benchmarking or internal audits.
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