• How ISO 14001 dominated the global market

    Fulfilling requirements for flexibility and multi-site coverage, ISO 14001 has emerged as the leading international standard for environmental management

  • BOX: How it works

  • Case study: Balfour Beatty

  • International patterns in certification

    The economic downturn and uneven international usage present challenges for developing a certification system that is locally relevant and universally applicable

  • Case study: Fredrickson International

  • Found in translation: the standard moves forward

    The second revision of ISO 14001 is expected to be more groundbreaking than the first, responding to input from smaller businesses and taking a holistic life-cycle perspective.


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