Designing or revising a sustainability system starts with consulting the people who it affects. They are the people who will care most about its content and whose buy-in is vital to its success.
When ISEAL introduces or revises a credibility tool or Code of Good Practice, we engage with stakeholders through a consultation process that includes in-person meetings, facilitated workshops and topic-based webinars.
Our consultations are public. We welcome all feedback, which we use to inform the outcome of the consultation.
In 2020, we held consultations to inform the revision of the ISEAL Credibility Principles. Read more about the Credibility Principles revision.
We're also holding a consultation seeking input on the draft ISEAL good practice guide: a framework for improving sustainability impacts. Learn more about the consultation here.
A consultation to develop the ‘ISEAL good practice guide on verification of jurisdictional claims’ closed in July 2020. You can learn more here.
In 2019, we carried out a review of the Impacts and Standard-Setting Codes. Read more information on the review activities and findings.