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Ecolabels, also known as green stickers, are labels attached to consumer products to indicate that a particular product complies with certain standards of sustainability measurement. They serve as guides for environmentally conscious consumers who prefer to support "green" or sustainable products.
  • 4C Association

    Provides the "4C" logo promoting sustainability and improving economic, social, and environmental conditions in coffee production and processing.

  • Afrisco Certified Organic

    Certification for organic production in the South African market accredited by the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements. Presents the standards, application forms, and related news.

  • Blue Flag

    Ecolabel for beaches and marinas in countries across the European continent. Helps ensure and promote the sustainable development of beaches and marinas.

  • Bluesign

    Independent industry textile standard aimed at reducing ecological footprint in the textile industry. Presents a video overview, information on the established standards, and related news.


    Canadian certification for energy and environmental performance standards. Provides certifications for offices, shopping centers, open air retail centers, light industrial structures, and multi-unit residential buildings. BOMA_BESt

  • Certified Green Dealer

    Independent program for certifying dealers of lumber and builder materials. Uses a distance-learning and testing system to educate lumber dealer personnel about the basics of green building science.

  • Certified Naturally Grown

    Serves as a grassroots alternative to the USDA's National Organic Program. Certifies farms and apiaries.

  • Eco Label Advice & Information

    Ecolabel information portal offering resources and useful details on various ecolabels and organizations.

  • Eco Mark

    Japanese ecolabel program. Site presents the program's operational structure, guidelines for implementation, and details on application for certification.

  • Eco Standard South Africa

    Environmental standards certification body in South Africa. Provides ecolabels or brand trust marks for South African products.

  • Ecolabel Index

    Global directory of ecolabels featuring hundreds of ecolabels in 25 industry sectors.

  • EcoLogo

    Provides third party certification for environmentally-friendly products. Site presents the standards, details on getting certified, and featured green products.

  • Ecotextile Labels

    Online resource for textile ecolabels and environmental standards with links to detailed criteria, tables, and tool tips. Covers raw materials, trade policies, textile processing, management, and disposal and biodegradability.

  • EU Ecolabel

    Presents an ecolabel catalogue, facts and figures, news, trivia, answers to frequently asked questions, and other related information.

  • Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN)

    Nonprofit association of Type-1 ecolabelling organizations. Presents the mission statement, organizational structure, administrative documents, and information on activities and partnerships.

  • Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA)

    Independent nonprofit organization responsible for running the Environmental Choice Australia Ecolabelling Program. Offers a sustainable product search tool.

  • Green Key

    Nongovernmental, nonprofit ecolabel program recognized and supported by the World Tourism Organization.

  • Nordic Ecolabelling

    Voluntary ecolabelling scheme established by the Nordic Council of Ministries. Aims to promote sustainable production and consumption.

  • Train to Ecolabel

    Project funded by the European Commission aimed at helping tourism employees and managers in implementing the European Ecolabel for tourist accommodation services and camp sites.

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