Demand for more sustainable agricultural and livestock practices - organic, free-range, antibiotic-free - has skyrocketed both in the US and abroad. But how can this important moment for sustainable food be turned into a consequential movement worldwide?
This month, ISSP will host Steve Levitsky, Vice President of Sustainability at Perdue Farms, for a discussion on the future of sustainability as standard practice at the economy’s largest food suppliers. The webinar - moderated by Tad Radzinski, co-founder and president of Sustainable Solutions Corporation - will focus on Perdue’s strides towards making their sustainability vision a reality by leveraging environmental scorecards and stakeholder relationships.
Join us on April 19st! Learn more and register at: http://bit.ly/2EYPIg5
ISSP Credentialing Program Turns One on Heels of the Organization Joining Forces with GBCI
ISSP is celebrating the one-year anniversary of launching its Sustainability Professional Credential Program. This milestone comes on the heels of the organization joining forces with Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI) to advance green and sustainable business practices through professional credentialing. Among the program’s main findings is that the new credentials are helping holders make career and industry changes like MBAs have for years. Read more here.
Join ISSP's virtual Regional Learning Networks
We're thrilled to announce our new ISSP Regional Learning Network, where ISSP members from all over the world gather to share ideas, learn from each other, and build community. If you want to be part of a Regional Learning Network in your area, let us know by filling out the Regional Learning Network Interest Form. If you'd like to help plan and facilitate future virtual meetings for your area, volunteer to be an ISSP Ambassador.
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