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Consultation Workshop on ISEAL Credibility Principles

Posted Tuesday 02 June 2020
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Since launching in 2013, ISEAL’s Credibility Principles have become an international reference for the foundations of credible practice for sustainability standards. This year the principles are being updated to reflect current and future trends in the sustainability landscape as well as to expand their scope beyond sustainability standards to include a wider range of systems.

ISEAL is encouraging everyone with an interest in what credible practices look like for sustainability standards and similar systems to give feedback on the revised version of the principles. Learn more and take part by visiting the consultation page. The first round of consultation is open until 31 July 2020.

IUCN stakeholders and Green List Community are also invited to a webinar on 25 June 2020, 1500-1600 CET
This discussion will be facilitated by ISEAL experts and introduced by James Hardcastle, of IUCN’s Global Protected Areas Programme.

Register here

 

 


Image credit: Reserva Comunal Amarakaeri

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