ISO International Standards and the green economy - Jorge Cajazeira

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ISO International Standards and the green economy - Jorge Cajazeira

  1. 1. ISO InternationalStandards andthe green economyJorge Cajazeira, Ph.D.ISO WG SR ChairSUZANO PULP AND PAPER – Head of Institutional AffairsFIEB – SINDPACEL - Chair 1
  2. 2. Rio+20 - The Challenge Rio, 1992 Rio + 20Sustainable Development Social + Environmental+ Economic = – Kyoto Protocol Sustainability Focus on the Stockholm, 1982 Environment Environmental World Concerns Institutional Framework for Green Economy Sustainable DevelopmentIndicators 1992 2011 Trade and Green Economy Strengthening IFSDWorld Population 5.5 bi 7.0 bi Intergovernmental Body for SD OceansGNP per capita US$ 4,492 US$ 9,175 Sustainable Cities SD Goals and IndicatorsPoverty 1.9 bi 1.3 bi Social Inclusion Issues Risks of Disaster Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture BriefCrops 1.36 bi ha 1.45 bi ha Water Local Governance for SDCO2 Emissions 22 bi t 32 bi t Low Carbon for Developing Economies Population DynamicsSurface Temp + 0.5 C Immigration 2
  3. 3. Why Social Responsibility? 3
  4. 4. First movements SAC Copolco Report, Report, 2004 2002 4
  5. 5. What kind of standardis ISO 26000? International standard providing guidance Not intended for third-party certification Not a management system standard
  6. 6. Brazil takes the Lead TMB Member Council Member ISO Participation 2011 The WG SR effect 2000 0 5 10 15 20 25 2000 2011 Convenor 2 21 Chair 0 8 6
  7. 7. As times goes by… Original publication date: 2008 FDIS 5 years May 17 – 21, 2010 Jun 2002 Jun 2004 Mar 2005 May 2009 7
  8. 8. Why is it so difficult? Different understanding of what SR is Very high influence of some experts Pressure from the developing world for a certification standard Many experts have never been in an ISO meeting before and do not understand the process at all Too much time focused on talking about the process instead of the standard Letters, letters and more letters consuming time and draining leadership energy Language barriers 8
  9. 9. ISO 26000Connecting major declarations to the day-to-day of organizations 9
  10. 10. ISO 26000 – OverviewThis International Standard provides guidance to all types oforganizations, regardless of their size or location, on:① concepts, terms and definitions related to social responsibility② the background, trends and characteristics of social responsibility③ principles and practices relating to social responsibility④ the core subjects and issues of social responsibility⑤ integrating, implementing and promoting socially responsible behavior throughout the organization and, through its policies and practices, within its sphere of influence⑥ identifying and engaging with stakeholders⑦ communicating commitments, performance and other information related to social responsibility 10
  11. 11. Rio+20 and ISO 26000 The Doughnut: a safe and fair place for humanity 11
  12. 12. Rio+20 and ISO 26000 The Doughnut: a safe and fair place for humanity ISO 26000 12
  13. 13. Some Results More than 50 countries have adopted the ISO 26000 Over 15,000 standards sold Available in more than 20 languages Over 20 standards have been developed based on the ISO 26000 45 national committees, more than 1,500 experts Adopted by EC as a social responsibility reference Integration handbooks developed for the GRI, UNGCO and SMEs 13
  14. 14. Thank you very much!cajazeira@suzano.com.br 14

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