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If the UN Sustainable Development Goals are to be achieved by 2030, then immediate and urgent action is needed to transform global production systems…
Posted on 12th March 2020
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to postpone the Global Sustainability Standards Symposium until autumn 2020 (date TBD). We are…
Posted on 11th March 2020
Everyone has the right to a living income. Yet, as we move into a new decade, there are still around 500 million smallholder farming households…
Posted on 14th February 2020
With companies exploring scalable solutions to meet their sustainability commitments in a post-2020 world, ISEAL and its partners are looking at how…
Posted on 5th February 2020
As we enter 2020, one big question is whether the European Union will bring in legislation on corporate human rights and environmental due diligence…
Posted on 14th January 2020
ISEAL recently published the final report from a three-year study that assesses the early impacts of the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) on…
Posted on 9th January 2020
How can we claim a product is sustainable if the farmers producing its ingredients are not earning enough for a decent standard of living? As we…
Posted on 4th December 2019
ISEAL members and subscribers demonstrated a range of tools and innovations designed to increase the impacts of sustainability standards, during…
Posted on 4th December 2019
As sustainability professionals, we often ask ourselves what works: What works to address deforestation? What works to improve farmer incomes? What…
Posted on 4th December 2019
As companies and governments seek effective solutions to meet their sustainability goals, the importance of credible and robust benchmarking is…
Posted on 3rd December 2019