ISO standards play a pivotal role in accelerating climate action through sustainable practices. These standards empower organizations to decarbonize their business model, improve the greenhouse gas footprint of products and services, and navigate the transition to a green economy. They guide societies and economic actors in mitigating climate impacts and adapting to changing environmental conditions.

Insights

Climate finance: The key to a sustainable future

Reversing the climate crisis requires massive global investments. The more we wait, the higher the costs, both in terms of mitigating global temperature rise and coping with its impacts.

Climate change: What it is, how it works and why it’s important

News today is rife with reminders of how climate change is affecting people around the world, from wildfires and floods to the loss of biodiversity and even human lives. But what exactly is climate change?

Sustainable development for a changing planet

Cities worldwide are in the race to adapt to a changing climate. Everywhere, soaring temperatures fuelled by human-made greenhouse gas emissions are disrupting the delicate balance of our climate systems.

Top standards

Standard
ISO/FDIS 27913
Carbon dioxide capture, transportation and geological storage
Pipeline transportation systems
Standard
ISO 14066:2023
Environmental information
Competence requirements for teams validating and verifying environmental information
Standard
ISO 27914:2017
Carbon dioxide capture, transportation and geological storage
Geological storage