Many businesses claim their products are sustainable, but how do consumers really know? Increasingly, they are demanding an independent, third-party seal of approval. Distinguish your goods and services through the Rainforest Alliance's family of marks.
Farms, forestry operations and other businesses that meet the appropriate certification and verification standards earn access to the Rainforest Alliance family of marks for on- and off-product promotions.
Rainforest Alliance Certification offers farms a way to distinguish their products as being socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.
Our diverse set of certification and verification services includes forest certification; legality, logging and forest carbon verification and validation; and forest products chain-of-custody certification (wood, paper, furniture and more).
We offer verification services to hotels, restaurants and inbound tour operators who are interested in improving their environmental, social and economic practices and are on their way to obtaining certification.
We offer validation and verification services to forest-based carbon projects under a variety of credible standards, including the Chicago Climate Exchange, Plan Vivo and the Verified Carbon Standard.
The Certification Trade Mark signifies that a particular organisation or product has achieved Carbon Neutrality against the National Carbon Offset Standard (NCOS).
With the Certification Trade Mark you can meet consumer demand by marketing an environmentally responsible product that is backed by an Australian Government Standard and qualified by a stringent accreditation and verification process.
The NoCO2 Certification program is a logo certification system run by the Carbon Reduction Institute that rewards and recognises businesses, products, and services, for addressing their carbon footprint. NoCO2 Certification is achievable for all types and sizes of business, and guides them to measure, reduce, offset and communicate their climate change action. It follows five simple steps:
Become a part of the Low Carbon Economy, and be added to our low carbon suppliers Directory
CRI has over 150 active members, and completed over 800 audits since it commenced operation in 2006. As part of implementation CRI pioneered a method of defining boundaries that is gaining traction all over the world. CRI’s methods of aligning financial reporting with carbon reporting has seen major corporate, government departments and even accountancy certification bodies like Certified Practicing Accounts (CPA) Australia whom CRI has done 4 annual audits for to date.