Courses in Sustainability
2015 was a year of two crucial global decisions. In September, the countries of the world decided on the 17 sustainability goals for sustainable development and to work to achieve them by the year 2030. In December of the same year, a new global climate agreement was concluded in Paris.
The concept of sustainable development refers to good social living conditions without the human existence and realization in society exploiting the functions of ecosystems. In the late 1980s, the UN report "Our Common Future", also known as the Brundtland Report, came out, which affirmed that sustainable development is "a development that satisfies today's needs without jeopardizing future generations' ability to meet their needs". This has become an overriding principle for the UN's work and an overarching goal for Swedish politics. The concept is usually defined on the basis of the three components ecological, social and economic sustainability which, when they interact and support each other, are expected to lead to sustainable development.
Bureau Veritas offers you several different courses that relate to the concept of sustainable development. We have training that helps companies improve their work towards the global goals for sustainable development, life cycle analyzes and environmental legislation.
With Bureau Veritas sustainability training, you can ensure that your staff has the knowledge and tools to implement sustainability standards and methods for sustainability management and evaluate and improve their effectiveness.
OUR SUSTAINABILITY COURSES
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