Audubon International's environmental and sustainability education and certification programs require individuals responsible for the membership type to meet specific environmental or sustainability performance requirements. Standards currently exist for communities, neighborhoods, new land developments, land development renovations, schools, businesses, golf courses, and lodging facilities.
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Conformity with Audubon International's standard is verified by our own organization (second party) following Since we do not certify a static "product" these are not applicable, we used environmental education and organizational change literature to help develop the processes, and available scientific research to help develop the specific environmental standards.
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Other categories: communities, neighborhoods, new developments, renovations
Where this ecolabel is found
Angola Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Australia Bahamas Barbados Belgium Bermuda British Indian Ocean Territory Cambodia Canada China Costa Rica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt Germany Guam Hong Kong Indonesia Ireland Jamaica Japan Kenya Korea, Republic of Malaysia Mexico New Zealand Peru Philippines Portugal Qatar Singapore South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Trinidad and Tobago United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Vietnam
Last updated: 20 January 2012