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ISSP is conducting research on the important attributes that hiring managers are looking for when hiring sustainability professionals. As our profession matures and more sustainability practitioners are being hired, ISSP wants to track the skills that organizations value. With the launch of our certification, we also want to confirm that our credential is aligned with the needs of organizations.
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ISSP Sustainability Hall of Famer Alan AtKisson is more than just an author, consultant, and sustainability advisory to the United Nations - he's also a songwriter.
Last week, the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change featured the song "Set the World Right Again," off of Alan's latest album, American Troubadour, as its Climate Song of the Week. The UNFCCC is featuring a series of climate-related music ahead of this year's assembly of the world's largest economies in Paris to discuss a climate agreement. For more, visit: bit.ly/1UJ9afL
Unilever Indonesia and the BNI Bank of Indonesia are sponsoring a week-long face-to-face sustainability training session being offered August 18-22 in Jakarta, Indonesia by members of the ISSP Leadership Team. Learn more here.
Whether you're looking for your first job in the sustainability field or seeking to advance your career, it's important to distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack. ISSP, in partnership with Sustainable Business Consulting, is offering a new online course designed to teach sustainability professionals best practices specific to the field in order to help them rise to the top of the résumé pile. The How to Get a Job in Sustainability self-guided course, hosted in ISSP's online Professional Development Center, is a great resource for professionals looking to begin or advance their career in the sustainability field! Register and learn more here.
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