Leading the Way: Montgomery County Confronts Climate Change outcome document
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Outcome document highlighting discussion points and recommendions from the thematic working groups at the August 14 “mini” summit held as one of the affiliate events of the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS). Using the themes for discussion and action from GCAS as a guide, the mini-summit organized on August 14th provided for small group… Read More

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This working paper examines some of the crucial obstacles and opportunities requiring attention and action in the transition to a sustainable food system. Analysis is broken down by the SPAC cycles of consumption, investment, production, and distribution. This was the first in a series of SPAC Watch working papers.

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ISF Board member Dianne Dillon-Ridgley was the keynote speaker at Auburn University's TEDx event in 2013. The TEDx theme was "Global Challenges & Social Innovations." Dianne Dillon-Ridgley's talk was entitled, "'Sustainability, Justice and Hunger: Sowing a Brighter Future.'

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ISF Board member Diane Dillon-Ridgley gives the the keynote address to the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC 2012) Climate Leadership Summit in Washington, DC at American University. The theme of the summit was "Economic Renewal: jump-starting a sustainable economy through the ACUPCC,"

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Dillon-Ridgely at Royal Roads University Info Session & Learning Symposium
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ISF Board member Dianne Dillon-RIdgley speaks at the Royal Roads University information session and Learning Symposium in Vancouver, BC.

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Dianne Dillon-Ridgely gives the commencement address at Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa
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ISF Board member Dianne Dillon-Ridgley gives the 2011 Commencement Address at the Tippie College of Business at the University of Iowa.

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Jeffrey Barber presented "Beyond Dystopia, Apocalypse and Techno-fantasy: Imagining Sustainability Transitions in Science Fiction Futures" as part of the Clockwork Green virtual conference "Ecomedia in the Anthropocene".

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