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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
Creating the enabling conditions to support the achievement of a living income is paramount to the members of the Living Income Community of Practice…
Posted on 7th March 2019
Joshua Wickerham, ISEAL Policy & Outreach Manager, discusses the insights from a new white paper on the systemic impacts of voluntary…
Posted on 6th December 2018
As corporate claims about their contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) multiply, distinguishing credible action from ‘SDG-washing’…
Posted on 6th December 2018
ISEAL’s fund to support innovations that help to future-proof sustainability standards is in a position to make grants totalling around CHF 5 million…
Posted on 6th December 2018
The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative has been accepted as an associate member of the ISEAL Alliance. It joins as an organisation whose system meets…
Posted on 6th December 2018
Voluntary sustainability standards have the potential to deliver impacts that go beyond individual certified operations and effect wider systemic…
Posted on 20th November 2018
Forced labour is endemic in global supply chains. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) estimates that of the 40.3 million victims of modern…
Posted on 12th October 2018