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Conference at the NBN ISO, Energy and Climate Change by Alan Bryden ISO Secretary General Brussels, 14 January 2008

Outline of presentation : 

Outline of presentation The global framework The ISO system ISO and energy efficiency ISO and climate change

An increasing demand for consensus based International Standards : 

An increasing demand for consensus based International Standards Globalization of trade in products and services Delocalization of procurement and investment Deregulation of public services Response to climate changes and energy efficiency Public demand for consumer and environmental protection and security Need for international solidarity to face terrorism, epidemics and natural disasters Deployment of new technologies and innovation

A new global framework for technical harmonization : 

A new global framework for technical harmonization WTO : TBT, SPS and GATS (services) agreements Multiplication of regional and bilateral trade agreements: more than 200 identified by WTO Major new emerging economies (China, India, Brazil, CIS, ASEAN countries…) and regulatory reforms Good regulatory practices and reference to standards, as components of good public governance Global companies Increasing impact of societal NGOs

The World Standards Cooperation (WSC) : 

The World Standards Cooperation (WSC) Multi-discipline and cross-sector For electrotechnology For telecommunications The leading international standardization organizations Collaborate to meet the challenges of converging technologies

The ISO system : 

The ISO system At November 2007 IT tools Standards development procedures Consensus building Dissemination 157 national members 98% of world GDP 97% of world population 185 active TCs 3 000 technical bodies 50 000 experts Central Secretariatin Geneva 150 staff

Evolution of the ISO membership : 

Evolution of the ISO membership *At 1 Septembre 2007 138 157* 148 148 146 143

Distribution of ISO members per continentas of 1 September 2007 : 

Distribution of ISO members per continentas of 1 September 2007 37 18 17 3 29 43 30 36 4 44 Oceania Europe Americas Africa Asia MB distribution per continent MB+MC+MS distribution per continent Total: 104 Total: 157 (95 in 2003) (147 in 2003)

ISO and the international scene : 

ISO and the international scene WTO: observer status and collaboration UN and UN agencies: CODEX, ILO, IMO, ITC, UPU, UN/ECE, UNIDO, WHO, WMO, WTO-OMT OECD 602 liaisons with international organizations in technical work Links with seven regional bodies (ACCSQ, AIDMO, ARSO, CEN, COPANT, EASC, PASC) Economic actors: Accreditation: IAF and ILAC, Consumers International, ICC, IFAN, World Economic Forum, World Energy Council, etc…

Yearly production of new and revised standards 2001 – 2006 : 

Yearly production of new and revised standards 2001 – 2006 813 889 995 1 247 1 240 304 323 397 414 481 509 566 598 833 759 41 184 79 67 113 97 1 388 542 846

Some topical issues in ISO : 

Some topical issues in ISO Food safety Security Environment and climate change Energy efficiency and renewable sources Services Social Responsibility Information and Communication Technologies Nanotechnologies Management System Standards Conformity assessment

ISO and Energy efficiency : 

ISO and Energy efficiency

What are the Solutions? : 

What are the Solutions? End-Use Power Generation Renewable Sources Energy Efficiency

What International Standards offer : 

What International Standards offer Performance definitions, measurement and test methods Codification of best practices and management systems Design checklists and guides Interoperability State-of-the-art knowledge formalized by recognized experts through double level of consensus, amongst stakeholders and across countries

The value added by International Standards : 

The value added by International Standards Avoiding unnecessary technical barriers to trade related to energy policies Enabling the creation of world markets for energy efficient technologies Promoting good energy management practices Helping to improve consumers and users understanding and confidence Supporting scientific cooperation and possible harmonization of public policies

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ISO standardization supporting Energy Efficiency 18 ISO Technical Committees involved More than 100 ISO standards published and 36 active work items, e.g.: Sustainability and Energy Efficiency of Buildings Intelligent Transport Systems Environmental management and GHG accounting and verification Weighting and aggregation of energywares

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ISO standardization supporting Renewable Energy sources 3 ISO Technical Committees are specifically involved: Nuclear Energy, Solar Energy, Hydrogen Technologies 1 Joint Working Group with IEC on Wind Turbines 3 other Technical Committees also cover the Oil and Gas industries (upstream and downstream) Other Technical Committees cover many user sectors: automobile and other vehicles, aeronautics, industrial equipment and processes, construction,...

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Further development and promotion of ISO standardization to respond to the energy challenge Establishment of an ISO Strategic Advisory Group on Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy sources Portfolio and Gap analysis – to identify key issues and priorities Technical Committees created for biofuels and energy management Cooperation with the IEC and with other key international organizations, such as: OECD and International Energy Agency World Energy Council World Business Council on Sustainable Development UN System (e.g. FAO, WMO, UN Global Compact, UNECE…)

ISO and responding to climate change : 

ISO and responding to climate change

International Standards and the response to climate change : 

International Standards and the response to climate change 1. Monitoring the phenomenon 2. Quantifying and communicating on GHG impact 3. Promoting good environmental management, practices and design 4. Opening world markets for energy innovation and sustainable energy sources

1. Monitoring the phenomenon : 

1. Monitoring the phenomenon ISO/TC 211 on geographic information and geomatics ISO/TC 146/SC 5 on air quality, meteorology Collaboration with the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on satellite mapping and data acquisition and processing – formal cooperation agreement underway Collaboration with World Meteorological Organization (WMO) on meteorological, climatological data and related standards – formal cooperation agreement underway

2. Quantifying and communicating on environmental and GHG impact : 

2. Quantifying and communicating on environmental and GHG impact ISO 14020 - Environmental labels and declarations ISO 14063 - Environmental communication ISO 21930 - Environmental declaration of building products ISO 14064 and 14065: GHG emissions accounting and verification Carbon footprint proposals and future work of a new ISO/TC 207 Subcommittee

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ISO TC 207 – Environmental Management SCC (Canada) Working Group 5 (ISO 14064) – Climate Change Managed by SCC (Canada) & DSM (Malaysia) Working Group 6 (ISO 14065) – Recognition of GHG V/V Bodies Managed by SCC (Canada) & SSA (South Africa) Started work in late 2002. 175 experts, 45 countries. Liaisons/observers include: World Business Council on Sustainable Development (WBCSD) World Resources Institute (WRI) World Bank Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Started work in late 2004. 75 experts, 30 countries. Liaisons/observers include: International Accreditation Forum United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) ISO 14064/065: who has done the work?

ISO 14064/65: a basic tool box : 

ISO 14064/65: a basic tool box ISO 14064-1: Greenhouse gases -- Part 1: Specification with guidance at the organization level for quantification and reporting of GHG emissions and removals ISO 14064-2: Greenhouse gases -- Part 2: Specification with guidance at the project level for quantification, monitoring and reporting of GHG emission reductions or removal enhancements ISO 14064-3: Greenhouse gases -- Part 3: Specification with guidance for the validation and verification of GHG assertions ISO 14065: Greenhouse gases -- Requirements for greenhouse gas validation and verification bodies for use in accreditation or other forms of recognition

ISO and linkages with other GHGaccounting approaches : 

ISO and linkages with other GHGaccounting approaches WRI/WBSCD ”GHG Protocol” and ISO 14064 - Complementary tools with ISO 14064 effectively providing “What” and the GHG Protocol providing “How” MoU between ISO-WRI-WBCSD now signed addressing technical cooperation, promotion and training The “Voluntary Carbon Standard” (VCS) using ISO 14064 as framework and referencing ISO 14065 UNFCCC in active liaison with ISO TC/207

Promoting good environmental and energy design and management practices : 

Promoting good environmental and energy design and management practices ISO 14040:2000 - Principles and framework for life cycle analysis ISO 14001:2004 - Environmental management system requirements with guidance for use ISO 14004:2004 - Environmental management system guidelines

One indicator of global take-up:3rd party certificates to ISO 14001 : 

One indicator of global take-up:3rd party certificates to ISO 14001 Approximately 130 000 certificates in 140 countries

4. Opening world markets for energy innovation and renewable sources : 

4. Opening world markets for energy innovation and renewable sources Examples of ongoing ISO/TCs: - Nuclear energy (TC 85) - Solar energy (TC 180)- Hydrogen technologies (TC 197)- Intelligent transport systems (TC 204) - Building environment design (TC 205) and Sustainability in building construction (TC59/SC17) New Strategic Advisory Group on “Energy efficiency and renewable sources” being established Initiation of new ISO standards development work on “Biofuels” and “Energy management” Cooperation with IEC (electrotechnical), IEA

Supporting technical regulations and public policies : 

Supporting technical regulations and public policies

NBN: the Belgian gateway to ISO : 

NBN: the Belgian gateway to ISO ISO member since 1947 First ISO’s Vice-President : L. Gérard (1947-1948) Member: Bureau de Normalisation (NBN), elected to ISO Council for the 1947-1951, 1955-1958, 1964-1966, 1984-1986 terms 2 active secretariats of ISO technical committees : TC 74 on Cement and lime and TC 77 on Products in fibre reinforced cement 373 P(articipating)-memberships (54%) and 191 O(bserver)-memberships (28%) Number of certificates in 2006:ISO 9001:2000 = 3865 ISO 16949:2002 = 125ISO 14001:2004 = 521 ISO 13485:2003 = 75 ISO/IEC 27001:2005 = 4

ISO International Standards for a sustainable world : 

ISO International Standards for a sustainable world Thank for your attention! http://www.iso.org

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