ISSP Events calendar features professional development opportunities and local chapter networking events. We look forward to seeing you there!
|October 20, 2016 - 8:00am||
ISSP Greater NYC Chapter: Sustainability For Competitive Advantage: How Sustainability Delivers Short- and Long-Term Value
Join us for our next Leaders In Sustainability event featuring Tensie Whelan, Director of the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business and Professor of Business and Society. Whelan shares her insights on how embedding sustainability into a company’s core business strategy is driving innovation, risk reduction, employee and supplier loyalty, positive societal impact and...
|October 20, 2016 - 12:00pm||
ISSP Information Session - October 20, 12:00pm PT US
This orientation session lasts 45-60 minutes and gives participants a chance to meet other members, learn about ISSP and its mission, and discover how to use the ISSP web site to both find and contribute materials to our professional library. October 20th @ 12:00pm PT US (Pacific Coast Time-USA). All members - new, returning, prospective - are welcome to join our free, web-...
|October 28, 2016 - 11:30am||
New England Chapter Green Bag Lunch: Food Foolish: The Hidden Connection between Hunger, Food Waste, and Climate Change
Hunger, food security, climate emissions and water shortages are anything but foolish topics. The way we systematically waste food in the face of these challenges, however, is one of humankind's unintended but most foolish practices. John Mandyck, Chief Sustainability Officer at United Technologies Corporation and co-author of the book Food Foolish, will share the...
|November 8, 2016 - 3:00pm||
ISSP Information Session - November 8th, 3:00pm PT US
This orientation session lasts 45-60 minutes and gives participants a chance to meet other members, learn about ISSP and its mission, and discover how to use the ISSP web site to both find and contribute materials to our professional library. November 8th @ 3:00pm PT US (Pacific Coast Time-USA). All members - new, returning, prospective - are welcome to join our free, web-...
|November 30, 2016 - 5:30pm||
ISSP Portland Chapter Meeting
The ISSP Portland Chapter is organizing regular networking gatherings to connect, learn and share ideas. You are cordially invited to join us for our next gathering on Wednesday November 30 from 5:30-7:00p. Location: Portland State University campus Room 312 Market Center Building 1600 SW 4th st Wednesday, 30th November, 5:30 – 7:00 PM While there is no charge for the meeting...
|November 7, 2016 - 4:00pm||
COURSE: Leadership Skills for Change Agents (November 2016)
Connect the dots between timeless leadership practices and how to transform an organization to a sustainability culture. Leadership Skills for Change Agents course prepares sustainability professionals at any level in the organizational hierarchy, or as an external consultant / advisor, to lead an organizational change to a sustainable enterprise. It connects the dots between...
|January 10, 2017 - 9:00am||
COURSE: Assessing Organizational Sustainability Using S-CORE™ (January 2017)
This course provides sustainability professionals with an understanding of how to assess an organization's progress on the path to sustainability, identify new opportunities and develop a plan for the next stage of the journey, using ISSP’s S-CORE™ assessment. Click here for more information about S-CORE™. Participants will learn how sustainability should weave itself into...
|November 15, 2016 - 10:00am||
FREE WEBINAR: ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification Info Session
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...
|November 16, 2016 - 11:00am||
WEBINAR: Two Powerful Tools to Reduce Waste
Sustainability has the reputation of being 1) complex and 2) a niche topic. Controllers don’t see how it helps their financial bottom line. Except for recycling and turning off the lights, sustainability does not appear to be relevant to most organizations’ routine decisions. What tools can organizations use so that sustainability will have broad-based impact on the...