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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A commitment to the environment

AENOR offers the largest catalogue of environmental certificates, validations and verifications, which allow an organisation to accredit their environmental commitment, through the activities that it carries out or the products that it creates or sells, minimising environmental impact and promoting a better management of resources. The assessments conducted by AENOR help to make environmental commitment a factor of competitive differentiation.

AENOR's support for good environmental practices encompasses general environmental management systems such as ISO 14001, systems that address areas such as product ecodesign and energy management, environmental product declarations or issues concerning specific sectors, such as forestry. AENOR has increased its support for companies as regards the commitments they undertook as part of the Kyoto Protocol and is the first Spanish entity to be accredited by the ONU.

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Global Environmental Management

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Circular Economy

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Climate Change

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Management of Resources

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Forestry Sector

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Other Industries

News

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January 2015 - No. 300

Verification of water footprint

​​Water is a scarce resource that has been further diminished by climate change. Therefore, people are becoming increasingly aware of the need to manage water resources better.

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​​​​​​​​May 2014 - No. 293

How to manage CO2

​​Since the Kyoto Protocol was approved in 1997, and particularly since its entry into effect in 2005, companies, irrespective of size and geographical location, have begun to include carbon variables in their management practices.

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January 2016 - No. 311

Zero waste

​The circular economy model seeks to invert the current waste management pyramid structure by maximising prevention and exploiting waste.

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