News & events

  • 22 September 2020

    This is how standards could support decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries – new ECOS paper

    Two of the world’s main polluters are hidden in plain sight. Cement and steel, so commonly used in the construction sector, represent approximately 13% of our CO2 emissions combined - a perfect example of the impact that energy intensive industries have on our planet’s deterioration. They are both typically produced using highly polluting methods, and we are nowhere near reducing the resulting emissions, even though more sustainable options exist.

  • 17 September 2020

    Register now for our Members & Experts Online Training!

    This year the annual ECOS Members & Experts Training goes online! Join us for an exclusive opportunity to find out all about defending the environment in standardisation.

  • 17 September 2020

    A CEN-CENELEC webinar on anti-circumvention confirms it is a thorny topic

    In June, the horizontal standardisation groups CEN-CENELEC Ecodesign Coordination group (Eco-CG) and its Task Force 2 working on Uncertainties, Tolerances and Anti-circumvention (Eco-CG/TF2) co-organised a workshop on the problem of rule-bending

  • 13 July 2020

    ECOS Newsletter – July 2020

    Discover why portable air conditioners are a bad choice for the environment, our latest report on how to make batteries more sustainable, our answer to the latest EU hydrogen strategy, and many more news from ECOS!

  • 05 May 2020

    ECOS Newsletter – May 2020

    Several new publications, a comprehensive update on sustainable finance, an upcoming webinar a lots of other news!

  • 04 March 2020

    ECOS Newsletter – March 2020

    How did we kick off 2020? Take a look at our latest news!

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