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A webinar on May 10 (2-3pm CET) explores opportunities, myths and gaps in the current approach to sustainability in public sector purchasing. GEN members collaborated and TCO Development's Soren Enholm co-presents.


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.


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.


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...


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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