The Team of Specialists supports ESG traceability systems for more responsible and sustainable consumption and production patterns (United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12). ESG traceability can allow the global value chain to be managed more sustainably. Technology and information exchange standards play a leading role in supporting traceability in a wide range of sectors, including agri-food, fishery, garment and footwear, minerals, transport and e-waste management.
Informed decisions for sustainable production and consumption can lead to increased cooperation between countries and more successful climate change policies and actions. Globally-aligned standards can measure targets and help transform climate commitments into action.
Thank you, Harm Jan, for representing OASIS and being a strong advocate for standards that contribute to the fight against climate change!
Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) v2.0 is pending approval as an OASIS Standard. The official press release will be distributed on Monday, 21 November, via the OASIS website and social channels. For those members who'd like to learn more about CSAF, please attend our webinar on 1 December, "Using CSAF to Respond to Supply Chain Vulnerabilities at Large Scale." Speakers include Thomas Schmidt of Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Omar Santos of Cisco, Diane Morris of Cisco, and Justin Murphy of CISA.Register here.
Jasmine Mbadugha recently joined OASIS as Ecosystem Development Manager. She holds an MPA from the London School of Economics and an MPP from Sciences Po where she focused on the emergence of new technologies in emerging markets. Welcome to the team!