ISO 15392:2019 Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works - General principles  
ISO 15392, Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works – General principles, sets out internationally agreed and recognized principles for achieving sustainability in building and construction. It provides a common language for all stakeholders in the industry, from the designers and manufacturers to regulators and consumers, which can be used as a basis for communication and deriving evaluation criteria.    
New International Standard for measuring the performance of cities going “smart”  
City living is on the rise, having gone from 751 million of the world’s population in 1950 to 4.2 billion in 2018. What’s more, it’s expected to reach 6.7 billion in 20501. How can cities adapt and prepare to ensure they provide adequate resources and a sustainable future? They can’t improve what they can’t measure. The latest in the ISO series of standards for smart cities aims to help.    
New ISO International Standard for human capital reporting  
An organization is only as good as its people – which is why the workforce of a company is often one of its largest costs. But measuring the true return on that investment can be a tricky business. It just got a lot easier with the first International Standard for human capital reporting.    
ISO at COP24: International Standards as essential tools for climate action  
International Standards help to mainstream climate change actions in transitioning to a low-carbon, climate-resilient future, according to leading sustainability experts who will speak at an ISO side event at the COP24 in Katowice, Poland.    
ISO 21001:2018 Educational organizations -- Management systems for educational organizations -- Requirements with guidance for use  
ISO 21001:2018 specifies requirements for a management system for educational organizations (EOMS)    
ISO 45001 is now published  
The world’s much anticipated International Standard for occupational health and safety (OH&S) has just been published, and is set to transform workplace practices globally.    
What makes a food ingredient “natural”?  
When is a food ingredient considered as “natural”? Until now, there was no internationally agreed definition of a “natural” food ingredient, but a new ISO technical specification will help the food and beverage industry players speak the same language.    
Building a sustainable future with ISO 21930  
The latest edition of ISO 21930:2017, Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works – Core rules for environmental product declarations of construction products and services, will help assess the eco-friendliness of a building or infrastructure projects using a common method for expressing environmental product declarations (EPD).    
You are what you buy – the first International Standard for sustainable procurement just published  
Sustainable purchasing can improve supplier relations – and your business. ISO 20400 for sustainable procurement has just been published to help organizations make sustainable purchasing a way of life.    

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