ISO Net Zero Guidelines

Aug 1, 2023

This document provides guiding principles and recommendations to enable a common approach with a high level of ambition, to drive organizations to achieve net zero GHGs as soon as possible and by 2050 at the latest. It is intended to be a common reference for governance organizations (including voluntary initiatives, adoption of standards, policy and national and international regulation), and can help organizations taking action to contribute to achieving global net zero.
Publication details
Theme(s)
The meaning of net zero
Type(s)
Report
Author(s)
Axelsson, Kaya
Year(s)
2022
International Organization for Standardization

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