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7th ISCC Global Sustainability Conference


15 Feb 2017


Résidence Palace
Rue de la Loi 155 – Bloc CB
1040  Brussels

Event Type

L - Conference, forum


Climate & Environment

Event Location


Event Description

On Wednesday, 15 February 2017 the 7th ISCC Global Sustainability Conference is taking place in Brussels. A comprehensive programme awaits all interested parties, highlighting current challenges and innovative solutions regarding the implementation of sustainable supply chains.

After the great success of the ISCC Global Sustainability Conferences in previous years, ISCC is very much looking forward to an illuminating upcoming conference. This important annual ISCC Conference is open to all interested parties and has been established as an important platform for industry, trade, NGOs, associations, research and authorities to present and discuss recent developments, challenges, opportunities and emerging trends in sustainability and sustainability certification. More than 170 participants are expected.

Policy and Regulation

The focus of this conference will be on the decarbonisation and implementation of the Paris COP21 Agreement and its resulting policies and regulations. Further, Member States aspirations regarding renewable energy in the transport sector until 2020 and beyond will be discussed.

Innovative Solutions for Practical Implementation

Success stories and innovative solutions with respect to sustainability implementation will be shared, such as no ILUC biofuels from the sugarcane sector and from European corn. Moreover, innovative solutions to implement sustainable food supply chains as well as the latest remote sensing technology to verify zero deforestation will be presented.

The attendance is free of charge.

To see the agenda and to register your place, please visit


About ISCC

ISCC (International Sustainability & Carbon Certification) is a globally leading certification system for sustainable and deforestation free supply chains. ISCC is being used in the energy, food, feed, and chemicals market.

Independent third party certification ensures compliance with high ecological and social sustainability requirements, greenhouse gas emissions savings and traceability throughout the supply chain.

Since its start of operation in 2010, over 13,000 certificates in more than 100 countries have been issued. ISCC is a multi-stakeholder initiative governed by an association with more than 80 members from producers and processors, trade and logistics, NGOs and science and research.

For further information please contact ISCC at