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This week a group of Chinese environmental officials is visiting Auckland to learn more about New Zealand’s ecolabelling scheme.


GEN Chair Bjorn-Erik Lonn has welcomed software giant Google to the ecolabelling family, confirming that the recent AGM in Kiev voted to accept Google's application for affiliate member status.


TUV Rheinland has received its GENICES certificate and believes it establishes solid ground for its Green Product Mark to build up its MRA (Mutual Recognition Agreement) partnership network globally.


GEN commits to growth, consistency and leadership


Kate Harris, CEO of Good Environmental Choice Australia, has been published on the Fifth Estate media website with an explanation of the unique role played by Type 1 ecolabels, such...


Hong Kong Green Council CEO, Linda Ho, was the new face voted onto the GEN board at the AGM in October 2016 in Kyiv, Ukraine.


Environmental Choice New Zealand client Asaleo Care has praised the Global Ecolabelling Network and its members for their stringent and transparent standards.


With e-waste recognised as one of world’s biggest environmental hazards, GEN member TCO Development has cast a critical eye over the Swedish government’s proposed 2017 Budget and finds it “misses...


The head of the world’s leading environmental labelling organisation is calling on member organisations across 51 countries and territories to add their expertise to a UNEP consumer information initiative.


Vilvorde Conference Centre, north of Copenhagen, has become the first conference centre in Denmark to fly the flag of GEN’s Nordic ecolabel, the Swan.