It is no secret that global warming is widely regarded as one of the most pressing issues in the world; Because everyone, from the United Nations to the local government, is taking steps to help reduce climate change.
Each of us has a role to play in fulfilling our environmental responsibilities, and in the meantime, ISO is working to provide a way to respond. ISO is an international non-governmental organization that, through its members, develops international standards to provide guidance and solutions to many of the challenges that people and organizations face. It has 167 national standard organizations that share their knowledge and experience to ensure that these international standards are relevant and relevant.
What is ISO 14068?
ISO 14068 (ISO 14068) is a specification for the management of greenhouse gases and related activities, ie neutralizing the effects of carbon. The new project was approved in February 2020 and is currently in the “preparation” stage. The project will continue from every key stage of ISO under development and includes committee, research, approval, publication and review.
It is likely that an alignment will be observed between the current carbon offset specifications of PAS 2060 and the future ISO 14068 standard. Principles such as carbon footprint calculations and carbon management programs are likely to remain.
It is no secret that as the pressure on climate change increases, the need for greater reporting and accountability becomes apparent. This trend is expected to continue, and standards such as PAS 2060 and ISO 14068 will be important tools in meeting these expectations.
How can this be done?
There are a number of options that organizations may want to explore to begin their sustainability process and help prepare for ISO 14068.
Whether it is in the form of a management system such as ISO 14001 or ISO 50001 or through the approval of carbon instability and GHG (Greenhouse Gas Protocol) inventories.
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