Standards and certifications | WWF India
  The BCI, launched in 2005, encourages the adoption of better management practices in cotton cultivation to achieve measurable reductions in key negative environmental impacts, while improving social and economic benefits for large- and small-scale cotton farmers around the world.  After almost a decade of preparation, the Better Cotton Initiative Read more...
     
  The ASC focuses on managing global standards for responsible aquaculture, which were initially developed by the WWF Aquaculture Dialogues. ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. Completed and upcoming standards focus on reducing the environmental and social impact Read more...
     
  The Bonsucro Standard is the first standard to measure the impact of the sustainable production of sugar cane. Bonsucro is a collaboration of sugar retailers, investors, traders, producers and NGOs that are committed to sustainable sugar production by establishing principles and criteria that are applied in the sugarcane growing regions of the world. Read more...
     
  The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) promotes the production and purchase of certified sustainable palm oil (CSPO) through its certification scheme. To track the most recent levels of certified palm oil production, please see the RSPO's key statistics and find out how WWF works with the RSPO to continuously improve palm oil standards so they deliver conservation impacts. Read more...
     
  Since 1999, the Marine Stewardship Council works to tip global seafood markets towards sustainability by certifying responsibly managed wild-caught fish, and making sustainable seafood globally available. Read the most recent MSC Facts and Figures and find out how solutions developed to satisfy MSC criteria have become legal requirements Read more...
     
  Since 1993, FSC promotes responsible management of the world’s forests. FSC certification is important to WWF’s conservation goal of reducing the loss of high conservation value areas, as it provides a link between responsible production and consumption of forest products, and allows the consumer to make responsible purchasing decisions. Read more...
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