Here at Flightnook, we believe that it should be every corporation’s goal to be granted a certification. The Gold Standard
certification is used to implement change and improve a company’s products, processes and employees through means of analyzing carbon reduction/capture projects and associated emissions while including a public registry for transparency purposes. The B Corporation
certification isn’t just an entry-level pat on the back certification, but one based on a complete overview of the corporation’s social and environmental performance. Concentrating on the impact of the company’s operations and business model on its workers, community, environment, and customers. Whereas the RSB certification exists to validate bio-based feedstock, biofuel or biomass products, or by-products. Helping corporations find solutions for sustainability while reducing business risk, fueling the economy, and contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals
. The RSB certification
is commonly seen in the aviation industry when granted to airline corporations that use renewable energy to fuel their planes.