In a world where standards can be simply defined as agreed ways of doing things, they provide stakeholders with appropriate guidance to help them create structural frameworks to minimize risks, operate more efficiently and continuously improve. With many key players addressing and incorporating sustainability into their practices, ISO provides a guide to bring much-needed clarity to the conversation.
How are cities rethinking their sustainability?
As priorities are reassessed for the future, the imperative for more resilient, equitable, low-carbon cities will remain unchanged. ISO is committed to helping cities improve their track record.
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Creating sustainable cities
As priorities are reassessed in the post-Covid era, this ISOfocus issue brings a renewed interest for sustainable cities.
Grenoble turned to ISO 37101 as part of its urban renewal programme.
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