ISSP's monthly webinars connect you with the people, tools, methods, and competencies you need in your sustainability career. Check out our upcoming webinars below and also browse our extensive Webinar Catalog of recordings of prior webinars. Members can view all prior webinars for free. And see below if you have an idea for a webinar or would like to present one yourself.
|Oct 25, 2018||
WEBINAR: Business and Biodiversity: Engaging stakeholders and meeting corporate sustainability goals
||In today's competitive landscape, engaging in corporate conservation is emerging as an innovative approach to meet both business and environmental needs. Indeed, corporate spending on sustainability and circular economy initiatives are on the rise -- and yielding increased sales and cost savings. Demonstrating leadership in corporate conservation is crucial to meeting...|
|Nov 7, 2018||
FREE WEBINAR: Engaging Environmental Organizations: A Conversation with DuPont
||Join us for a conversation with Dawn Rittenhouse, Director of Sustainability for DuPont, as she shares her wealth of experience from working with environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs) and other stakeholder groups. Seeing that DuPont has been one of the world's largest chemical companies since the 1980s, sustainability may not immediately come to mind. But they...|
|Nov 15, 2018||
WEBINAR: Corporate Sustainability Practitioners: Roles Have Changed -- Has Your Job Description?
||Sustainability/CSR jobs are evolving, and along with this evolution, the role of the sustainability practitioner is changing in important and fundamental ways. The role shifts, job descriptions evolve, and skills change as organizations transition from an operational to a strategic sustainability focus. This is driven by the internal and external maturation of corporate...|
|Dec 5, 2018||
WEBINAR: Making existing buildings more sustainable through BREEAM
||Traditionally, green building certifications have focused on new buildings. And why not? These green building programs help shape the more visible, shinier, and sexier side of real estate. Increasingly, however, the sustainability community is recognizing that that there are many more buildings that exist now than will be built and this existing building market segment is...|