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On 18 June 2019, a large international symposium on the impact of sustainability standards takes place in The Hague. In which way do standards have a…
Posted on 3rd June 2019
In May 2019, a coalition of nine ISEAL members launched the new ‘Pesticides and Alternatives’ app as part of their mission to eliminate the use of…
Posted on 3rd June 2019
‘We can’t be satisfied with knowing our outputs. We must be obsessed with outcomes and impacts’. This is what participants heard at a workshop in…
Posted on 29th May 2019
ISEAL, WWF and Rainforest Alliance will launch a new website called Evidensia on 18 June 2019. The site aims to be a robust repository of evidence on…
Posted on 29th May 2019
Impact is a word we hear all the time in sustainability circles. Often when we talk about impacts, we’re talking about reducing the negative ones.…
Posted on 29th May 2019
Geospatial data has become part of our everyday lives. We increasingly depend on apps and programs that use map-based information to provide useful…
Posted on 28th March 2019
Climate change, deforestation and forced labour are among many increasingly pressing issues that need more investment, innovation and collaboration.…
Posted on 22nd March 2019
Most sustainability standards are benchmarked in one way or another. This means they are assessed, compared and potentially recognised as meeting a…
Posted on 22nd March 2019
BSR (Business for Social Responsibility) and Assurance Services International (ASI) provided key insights into the techniques and impact of gender…
Posted on 21st March 2019
Patrick Mallet, Innovations Director at ISEAL, and Akiva Fishman, Senior Program Officer at World Wildlife Fund, discuss what credible assurance at a…
Posted on 19th March 2019