This Week's News
Join the ISSP DC Chapter Saturday, May 20th, for a tour of one of only 12 structures in the world that meets the Living Building Challenge (LBC). Experts will share technical details of the LBC, the development of the building and the certification process, and the relevance of the LBC to Sustainability Professionals. The event includes a tour of the building, hands-on activities, lunch, and discussion about The Living Building lessons learned, challenges and what went wrong, technical systems. Learn more and register here.
Applications are now being accepted for the ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) credential exam. As part of the world’s first globally recognized certification program for sustainability professionals, ISSP-CSP designation recognizes candidates who have demonstrated a combination of sustainability-related work experience and formal education, provided recommendations from their peers, and have achieved a passing grade on both the ISSP Sustainability Associate (ISSP-SA) and ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional (ISSP-CSP) credential exams. Learn more and register here.
Earth Day is coming up April 22 and ISSP is celebrating all month by offering a discount on ISSP memberships now through April 30. All professionals from high-income countries can join for only $100 and students can join for only $50. Make a commitment to make the world a better place! We look forward to welcoming you into the ISSP community as together we make sustainability standard practice!
Gain an understanding of the scope, challenges, and possibilities in applying life cycle assessment to decision-making processes. ISSP's introductory LCA course, taught by Harvard University's Tom Gloria, will be held May 5th-26th. Learn more here.
Thursday, May 18th, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. PT
Join renewable energy experts James Lewis and Amy Haddon for an overview of the global RE market. James and Amy will discuss the drivers behind growing opportunities in Mexico, southeast Asia, and Europe, the types of products available in these markets, and how these products can help companies meet their own goals and the goals of their supply chain.
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