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The sustainability community is at our best when we work together, according to Todd Radzinski, an ISSP Board Member and President of Sustainable Solutions Corporation. Many of the environmental and social problems society faces can only be confronted by the “collective wisdom” of those working in the field, he says in ISSP’s latest Profiles in Excellence interview, produced in partnership with ReNewable Now. In addition to his position as with the Sustainable Solutions Corporation, Tad owns Green Circle Certified, LLC, which helps to bring transparency to the impacts associated with products on the market. Check out the full interview, and others in our Profiles in Excellence series here.
ISSP’s upcoming July course will provide an introduction to LCAs, including its use, scope, and challenges when applied to the decision-making processes of businesses and other institutions. Aimed at sustainability practitioners in the business world, the course will look at how LCAs can be applied for corporate and organizational benefit. Participants will use a business simulation for detailed study of how LCAs operate on the ground. Register by 6/30 for an Early Bird discount.
As ISSP moves forward with our Professional Certification program for sustainability professionals, we’re offering free informational webinars designed to help those in the sustainability field get involved! The webinars will detail where development of the Professional Certification stands, provide insight into the certification process, and let supporters hear from one another. Each webinar will be a quick way to learn how to get involved with ISSP’s upcoming certification program - including time for Q&A key members of the ISSP Certification Committee. The next free session will take place on Tuesday, July 14. Register and learn more here
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