“Recover together, recover stronger” with international standards
SCC, the ISO member for Canada, says that standards are essential for an effectively regulated marijuana market.
The ISO member for Zimbabwe (SAZ) says that the London Declaration is essential to climate action.
ISO member Standards Australia says London Declaration is key.
The ISO member for China, SAC, has pledged to make International Standards a central part of its approach towards carbon net-zero.
European standards bodies CEN and CENELEC are putting ISO standards at the vanguard of the struggle against climate change.
In the CARICOM region, where both people and ecosystem face heightened threats from climate change, standardizers are united in support of the London Declaration.
Denmark is amongst the first ISO members backing the London Declaration and committing to concrete action on climate.
KATS, the ISO member for the Republic of Korea, recently held the world’s foremost competition to identify the standards of the future, and the people who’ll be making them.
A new commitment to help non-state actors accelerate their Race to Zero using standards is announced on stage at COP26 in the United Nations Global Innovation Hub, on 4 November 2021 at 18:00 GMT.