The certification arose from Agenda 21 and principles for Sustainable Development endorsed by 182 Governments at the United Nations Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992. The programme is built on a series of 40 topics, set out in over 300 obligatory and optional criteria. Covering areas ranging from:
- sustainable management, to using local supply chains
- protection of the environment,
The Green Globe certification requires a firm commitment from businesses over the long term. They have to demonstrate significant improvements during the course of on-site audits carried out every two years in order to maintain their certification. For more information on their certification, click on the following logo :
You too, will soon be able to join us in this endeavour and play a part in it by signing our future Green Globe citizen charter.