The paths (not) taken: Clinical Professor John (Guillermo) Hardman
I’ve been married now (2017) for 46 years. Thank you. The secret? Wrong question, but I’ll answer it anyway. Marriage takes hard work borne of love and mutual respect. In my case, Rochelle is the person I am not. She is expressive, direct, and principled. I become these traits myself, but only in small doses. Otherwise, I am alone with my thoughts, an observer more than a joiner. Yet, I enjoy collaboration, with the right people, as part of my professional life. For a world t
Partnership with the Amani Institute, Brazil
Regenerative Leadership included in the change makers program of the Amani Institute, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Jobs in Sustainability
If you're looking for full- or part-time work in the field of sustainability, a good place to start is through Sustainability Leads. Ben Bira created the site 'as a platform for sustainability research, careers, and resources. He investigates current trends in Sustainability through the jobs board, resources page, personal interviews, and blog. His research serves as a resource to new and existing professionals in the field.' A quick review of the listing at the time of writi
International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP) - Newsletter
The December issue of the ISSP newsletter was released 12/6/16. This has been a busy year for the society. Among its more important accomplishments has been the development of the ISSP Sustainability Professional Certification, which seeks to establish a global standard for the sustainability industry in alignment with ISO 17024. This is ISSP's second credential, designed to continue the credentialing offered through the Sustainability Associate Exam. ISSP is also seeking nom