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The chair of the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN), Bjorn-Erik Lonn, says that over 50 countries and territories already have an existing tool which can help in addressing climate change.

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The chair of the Global Ecolabelling Network, Bjorn-Erik Lonn, says that ISEAL is an ideal associate member. View his thoughts on the upcoming ISEAL conference.

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Germany’s Blue Angel ecolabel has doubled the number of its celebrity environmental ambassadors and envoys. The scheme was started in 2013, and now includes actors, music industry figures, media and...

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GEN communications consultant Michael Hooper writes on the greening of productivity in the "p-watch" section of the latest issue of the Asian Productivity Organisation News.

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New leadership, a growing membership, and development of a visionary strategy marked a buoyant mood at the annual general meeting of the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN) in Hong Kong.

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Singapore Environment Council was nominated finalist in the Singaporean of the Year Awards following a leadership stance on pollution from forest burn-off in Indonesia. Meet the "haze warriors" here.

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Eco is an abbreviation for ecology, the system of relationships between living things, and with their environment. Friendly implies beneficial, or at least not harmful.

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In the simplest terms, living green means making lifestyle decisions and engaging in practices which reduce negative impact on and promote the health of the planet and its creatures.

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Ecolabels can play an important role in fostering sustainable consumption when they are based on robust specifications.

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December Newsletter.

Environmental labelling news for the green and eco-friendly community working to the ISO14024 standard as GEN: the Global Ecolabelling Network.

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