Explanatory articles on environmental certification schemes are now available.


In response to the global demand for initiatives to achieve a sustainable society and the growing environmental awareness of companies and consumers, 'environmental labels' have developed as a certification system to demonstrate environmental friendliness.

In recent years, the social certification aspect has become increasingly important, not only because of these environmental aspects, but also because of a growing interest in social aspects such as the protection of workers' rights.

This article provides a summary of environmental and social certification, as well as an explanation of the significance of using certification systems in corporate activities.

[Commentary] Summary on the expanding environmental certification system - integration of social aspects.

We hope that through this article you will gain a better understanding of the situation. Please read on.

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