Synergy Audit Network

The Synergy Audit (hereinafter referred to as SYAT) Network is available for anyone who have participated in the SYAT train-the-trainer education, stakeholders and interests toward SYAT, anyone who is interested about increased sustainability in organisations and environmental auditors who is curious about the SYAT methodology.
In the network sustainability consultants, environmental auditors, policy makers, stakeholders and interests can meet and share ideas, knowledge and experiences of how to increase the climatic and environmental sustainability in organisations, and therefore on a societal level and furthermore on how to perform environmental audits. Also, the network gives the chance to get in contact and uptake collaboration with organisations with a similar interest.
A good way to start is to take a look at the Synergy Audit Methodology Guideline and the Synergy Audit E-learning tools.
If you are interested in finding out how to use the SYAT methodology in a small medium company knowledge can be found in the Synergy Audit Open Access Guideline.
Finally, if there is an interest to find out how an organisation with resource hindrances could implement a Synergy Audit methodology the Synergy Audit Open Access Practical Booklet is a good choice to look further into.

How to join the network?

Please send the following information to us if you would like to take part in the network:

– Your first name and surname
– An email address to which you would like to be reached within the network
– The name of your home organisation, if relevant
– The geographical area where you are seated (country and region)

When you have sent the information to us you have also agreed to that the information will be published for open access visibility on internet, within the context of the network in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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