International Standard on Sustainable Territorial Management
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ON SUSTAINABLE TERRITORIAL MANAGEMENT
The most significant challenges faced in the search for sustainability are issues that happen in large scales and surpass the individual or organizational ability to act. The same way, essential ecological processes occurs in territorial level, outdistancing the limits of farms or even cities.
To deal efficiently with deforestation reduction, food security, pest and disease control, urban sustainability, among others, searching always for the human well-being, it is necessary to expand the scale of analysis and involve several stakeholders.
Ensuring connectivity among environments and ecological integrity in large scale are essential for maintaining economy and productive systems, as well as our existence as society.
Therefore, it is important to develop an international standard for territorial management that scale up the analysis and open opportunities for converging actions to achieve positive social, economic and environmental outcomes for territorial sustainability.
FIRST ROUND OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION
The 1st Public Consultation of the International Standard on Sustainable Territorial Management was opened between May, 20th – July, 19th, 2020.
During this 1st round, 177 comments from 52 institutions were received, with 9 countries involved.
SECOND ROUND OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION
The 2nd Public Consultation of the International Standard on Sustainable Territorial Management was opened between the 1st and 30th of March, 2021.
During this round, 212 comments from 15 institutions were received, with 6 countries involved.