Protecting the planet with standards, the theme of this year’s World Standards Day, highlights the important role of standards in helping to minimize the negative consequences that human activity can have on the planet.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is holding an online event on September 24 to mark World Maritime Day. The UN agency established the event to draw attention to the importance of maritime culture, maritime environment security and shipping safety.
A leading aerospace company has announced plans to bring a zero-emission, hydrogen-powered aircraft into service by 2035. The company said that one of the potential new designs would be able to transport 200 passengers up to two thousand miles.
Did you know that the way you design test provisions to assess performance and other aspects of products can have a consequence on the use of energy and other product inputs and, as a result, have an impact on the environment?
Electricity is the cornerstone for economic development and social wellbeing and serves as a golden thread across the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined by the United Nations in its blueprint for building a better world by 2030.