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Standards and schemes relating to climate change and sustainability
The EU ETS is the largest multi-national regulated emissions trading scheme in the world
The Gold Standard (GS) is an independent certification standard for carbon credits generated from Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects or Voluntary Emissions Reduction (VER) projects.
Increasing numbers of organisations are voluntarily monitoring their greenhouse gas emissions. ISO 14064 is an international standard that provides a framework for greenhouse gas accounting and verification.
Developed by Social Accountability International (SAI), SA8000 is an assessment and certification standard based on international human rights conventions that focus on improving working conditions.
The Verified Carbon Standard (VCS) provides a trustworthy, robust global standard for voluntary carbon offsets.
Earlier this year, the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), met with representatives of both global and national verification bodies to discuss the pilot programme for the Verification of GHG Emissions from Maritime Transport (Marine MRV).
Royal Dutch Shell plc has just released their 2013 Sustainability Report.
On 25 March 2014, leading assurance services provider, LRQA, and the China Emissions Exchange (CEEX) joined forces to deliver the first public event in Hong Kong to announce details of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Carbon Market.
Madlen King has been successfully nominated to the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) Global Market-Based Measure Technical Task Force (GMTF).
LRQA reports from the Food & Beverage Sustainability Conference – 29-30 January 2014, Berlin.
As a significant player within the Oil and Gas sector, Repsol YPF believes that it has a critical role to play in meeting the challenge of Climate Change.