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ISSP Launches New Organizational Membership Program - Join Us! 

ISSP has introduced a new Organizational Membership category that provides companies and non-profit groups with an opportunity to support the mission of ISSP along with a package of benefits that includes enhanced access to the ISSP community and individual ISSP membership benefits for their employees. More than a dozen companies and not-for-profit organizations from around the world have already registered as ISSP Organizational Members. Learn more here.

Help Us Welcome Officers of ISSP's New Leadership Team 

The ISSP Board of Directors has elected a new Leadership Team for ISSP’s 2016-2017 fiscal year. The new officers assume their roles with the continued growth of the ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification program as their top priority. More than 240 people worldwide have been certified as ISSP-Certified Sustainability Professionals or (ISSP-CSP) ISSP-Sustainability Associates (ISSP-SA) since ISSP began administering beta tests last summer. Jeff Yorzyk, Senior Program Manager, Cardno Asset Management Group, Golden, CO is now President of ISSP. Read the news release about ISSP’s new Leadership Team and learn more about all of ISSP’s new officers here.

Thursday, August 25th at 11:00amPT/2:00pmET
The December 2015 Paris Climate Agreement - COP21 - represents a watershed in addressing climate change. Over 190 nations, supported by hundreds of citizen business and local governments, came together to craft an agreement that fundamentally recognizes the economic, social and environmental challenges posed by climate change. ISSP's August webinar, featuring the American Sustainable Business Council's Richard Eidlin, will review the key elements of the agreement, issues still to be resolved, and the critical role that the business community played in its design and implementation. We’ll also focus on what the agreement means to American companies, including those in the sustainable agricultural community. Finally, we’ll look at the emerging support here in the US – both in Congress and in state legislatures – for the idea of putting a price on carbon and how that might work. Reserve your spot today!

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