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Bringing together a wide group of people who have a common interest in the field of sustainability, the Institution of Sustainability Professionals (ISP) is an independent non-political professional organisation that seeks to build new sustainable networks and discuss new solutions and ways of thinking.

 

 

 

 

Thinking in a holistic manner – we need to consider: economic issues; social and health issues; resource and energy management; and, environmental issues – help provide a sustainable future for the whole planet. Everyone can do their bit to ensure our new generations can have a sustainable future.

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The Institution of Sustainability Professionals (ISP) is a non-political professional organisation that brings together a wide group of people who have a common interest in the field of sustainability. See our Membership Webpage.

We seek to help a wide range of professionals and others understand the importance of taking a sustainable approach to their work.

 

“Global Health Matters…from Planet to People…we can all make a difference” is the simple message we promote on our Global Health Matters Website (Webgh.info)

Physical and mental health issues are sustainability issues, and affect how individuals and communities relate to their environment. The state of local environments will affect the health of individuals living in them. Starving communities will adversely affect their local environments to survive. Human and global ecological matters are directly interlinked.

We think that sustainability professionals…and others…should break out of the traditional ‘silo thinking’ and broaden their ideas and thinking about the real consequences of our actions. At our website we are shining a light on a wide range of global health issues and solutions. We are helping you seek ‘win-win’ solutions that help both the planet and people.

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Bioeconomy and the Sustainability Problem

“High levels of consumption in industrialised countries have far-reaching impacts on ecosystems, food security and human rights both within and beyond their borders. Low- and middle-income countries are directly affected by the policies and practices of the global North, and ordinary citizens have limited influence. Demand in the United States and the United Kingdom for …

Climate Neutral Food and Wood: Webinars

The land-use sector is key for reaching a climate-neutral economy. Both the LIFE programme and the Horizon 2020 programme provide financial support to projects in the areas of agriculture and forestry. Thanks to this support and the work of many passionate researchers and practitioners, these projects contribute to avoiding greenhouse gas emissions, increasing carbon sequestration, …

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The Institution of Sustainability Professionals (ISP) is a non-political professional organisation that brings together a wide group of people who have a common interest in the field of sustainability.

We seek to help a wide range of professionals and others understand the importance of taking a sustainable approach to their work.