2010-2011 | ISEAL Alliance

At 20 pages, it is a clear, readable and well compiled analysis. Well worth the short investment to read it. – Ecolabelindex

One hundred thought leaders across a variety of business sectors and from civil society and governmental institutions volunteered their time for in-depth telephone interviews on their attitudes towards sustainability standards. Published in March 2011, their responses clearly show:

  1. Social and environmental standards are becoming a widely used tool to implement corporate social and environmental responsibility.
  2. Credibility criteria impact highly on the awareness and use of standards systems.
  3. Operational improvements are important benefits from the use of standards systems.
  4. Standards systems should strive to build a coherent landscape.

We developed the concept of the study, analyzed the results and drafted the final report.

http://www.isealalliance.org/iseal100

ISEAL 100: Attitudes towards Sustainability Standards

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