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.
World standards leaders issued a call to action to the heads of state.
ISO General Assembly elects new Officer from German member, DIN.
ISO General Assembly elects new Officer from Spanish member, UNE.
ISO President Eddy Njoroge and Secretary-General Sergio Mujica welcome recently appointed leaders from national standards bodies.
Study shows that ISO’s quality management system (QMS) is an effective support tool promoting administrative reform in state administrative agencies.
East China’s Shandong province delivers a global message on the importance of “Standards for the SDGs”.
Seventy years after the first issue, the ISO member for Serbia, ISS, has given the Standardization bulletin a 21st-century revamp.
Designed with members, for members.
The ISO member for Singapore, SSC, has published research showing how standards improve transparency, quality and trust in the maritime sector.
The ISO member for Austria has gone virtual with this year’s awards for excellence through standards.
The ISO member for Italy, UNI, is celebrating a century of making the world better.
ISO announced today that Ulrika Francke from Sweden has been elected as the next ISO President, following voting by the ISO member bodies. She will take up the position in January 2022 at the completion of the term of current President Eddy Njoroge from Kenya, and serve as President-elect throughout …
The ISO member for Lebanon, LIBNOR, is putting standards and collaboration at the heart of rebuilding Beirut’s port area following a devastating accident.
ISO member Austrian Standards International (ASI) are celebrating their 100th birthday!
The DIN Consumer Council has high hopes for a new standard that protects consumers and helps them get the most from their purchases.
The ISO member for China, SAC, has set its sights on the country’s growing elderly population with new national standards to improve quality of care homes.
The ISO member for Spain, UNE, has developed national guidance to reinvigorate one if its most important sectors after an extended lockdown.
Hangzhou, one of China’s busiest cities, has developed a standard to help prevent the spread of coronavirus as both people and businesses begin recovery.
ISO/ASTM 52915, just published, will help realize the full potential of additive manufacturing.
ISO’s member for the USA, ANSI, recently created a video that points out the importance of toilets and proper sanitation. It couldn’t have come at a better time.