Documents associated to this organization.
growing coffee without endosulfan: experiences with cultural controls for cbb
||Stephanie Williamson||IDH, Sustainable Trade Initiative, ISEAL Alliance||2014||Content: 1. Summary assessment of criteria for cultural controls for CBB 2. Summary of use from interviews in production zones with continuous flowering (Colombia) 3. Summary of use from interviews in production zones with defined flowering and one main harvest period (Central America) 4....|
growing coffee without endosulfan: experiences using beauveria biopesticide
||Stephanie Williamson||ISEAL Alliance, IDH, Sustainable Trade Initiative||2014||Content 1. Summary assessment of criteria for methods using Beauveria biopesticide 2. Summary of use from interviews in production zones with continuous flowering (Colombia) 3.Summary of use from interviews in production zones with defined flowering and one main harvest period (Central America) 4....|
growing coffee without endosulfan: experiences using traps with methanol - ethanol attractant for cbb control and other physical control methods
||Stephanie Williamson||IDH, Sustainable Trade Initiative, ISEAL Alliance||2014||Content 1. Summary assessment of criteria for methods using traps 2. Summary of use from interviews in production zones with defined flowering and one main harvest period (Central America) 3. Summary from on-line survey responses (global) 4. Summary of other physical control methods 5.Views of...|
iseal - common requirements for the certification of producer groups
||Not Specified||ISEAL Alliance||2008||This document sets common requirements for certification of producer groups. It includes requirements for group members, for the group itself, for the internal management system and for how the certification body shall assess the performance of the group. The intention is for these requirements to...|
development of the iseal assurance code
||Paddy Doherty, Patrick Mallet||ISEAL Alliance||2011||Presentation (24 slides) about the ISEAL Assurance Code which looks at the top challenges to credible assurance and which ones could be addressed by the assurance code. It discusses such topics as transparency, accessibility, ISO standards, second party certification and risk assessments.|
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Date: Thursday, 27 October, 2016
This webinar, presented by a team from KU Leuven explores dimensions of effectiveness relating to voluntary sustainability standards, how they interrelate (including trade-offs between dimensions) and the challenges involved in assessing effectiveness. The issue of the effectiveness of... more
assessing the additionality of the round table on responsible soy and the roundtable on sustainable palm oilDate: Thursday, 10 November, 2016
In this webinar, Rachael Garrett (University of Boston) examines the potential additionality of the Round Table on Responsible Soy (RTRS) and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) in mitigating conversion of native vegetation to cropland.Multi-stakeholder roundtables offering certification... more
Date: Thursday, 1 December, 2016
This webinar offers insights from a major research project at the University of Manchester, UK examining the role of various actors (firms, civil society and the State) in shaping labour standards in the ‘Rising Powers’ of Brazil, China and India.This webinar focuses on the role of civil society in... more
Date: Friday, 28 October, 2016
In this webinar we will present the latest round of living wage studies carried out by the Global Living Wage Coalition (GLWC).In this webinar, ISEAL Alliance will discuss the latest round of living wage studies carried out by the Global Living Wage Coalition (GLWC), an initiative that brings... more
Date: Thursday, 9 March, 2017London, United Kingdom
Join us for a full-day interactive workshop in London, delivered by ISEAL expert staff, who will provide practical, example-based training that delves into the fundamentals of social and environmental standards systems, as well as highlighting new practices and thinking from the field.