Lavinia CRIȘU Cristian RĂDUCĂ

We are witnessing an intensification of efforts to align states to “Transforming our world,” imposed by the need to maintain the balance between the environment, society, and the economy. The article signals the emergence of National Sustainable Development Strategy 2030 and its main objectives. The management systems required by an organization to manage environmental aspects are presented in a comparative manner: The Community Environmental Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) and ISO 14001: 2015 Standard – “Environmental Management Systems. Requirements with user guide “. The authors appreciate that at the level of organizations, experience in the field of ISO certification: 9001 and 14001 has to be capitalized to meet sustainable development goals. It is highlighted the fact that certification of any environmental management system (EMAS and / or ISO guidelines) brings benefits for sustainable development through better use of raw materials and resources. Proposals are made on continuous training with new concepts, collaboration between certification bodies and authorities.
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