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How can your organisation use ISO standards to fight climate change?

Learn more on how certification and verification can help your organisation to demonstrate progress towards sustainability goals

On-demand webinar

With increasing recognition of the impact of climate change, financial institutions and governments around the world have introduced regulations, forcing companies to take responsibility for their environmental impact.

ISO standards such as ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and ISO 14064 give organisations frameworks to mitigate environmental risks, reduce energy usage and measure and report on greenhouse gas emissions. Certification and verification enable organisations to demonstrate progress towards sustainability goals, which can help to build trust with stakeholders and create differentiation in the marketplace.

Earlier this year, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) amended around 30 standards to ensure that organisations consider climate change within the context of their organisation. This amendment affects many popular standards including ISO 14001, ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 45001 (OHS) and ISO 27001 (information security) and is designed to encourage organisations to be more aware of the risks arising from climate change and to address them across different aspects of operations.

In this webinar, our experts covered:

  • A brief overview of relevant ISO standards and ESG frameworks
  • How management systems can input into your non-financial reporting
  • The implications of the amendments to ISO standards for certified organisations and what it may mean for your next audit
  • Live audience Q&A



  • Bill Barnes, Auditor Manager, LRQA
  • Olga Rivas, ESG Cluster Technical Manager, LRQA
+44 121 817 4000

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