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by Sushama Darne | December 4, 2020
Back in 2015, the United Nations launched the International Year of the Soils and flagged off the first ever World Soil Day on December 5th.  The nourishing, sustaining life force on which agriculture inalienably relies, has been called [...]
by Romit Sen | October 23, 2020
A crowd of people jostling by the ticket counter at Jhansi Railway Station in Uttar Pradesh; men and women, some with families in tow, boarding trains to Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai and other big cities. These are common sights during the summer [...]
by Steve Adams | December 17, 2019
So much of our work at ISC is about bridging gaps. Gaps between the myriad of uncoordinated departments, agencies, nonprofits, businesses, and individuals charged with keeping us healthy and safe; gaps between commitment to tackling climate and [...]
by Haley Lacuesta | November 21, 2019
Report: Market-Driven Energy Efficiency in Industry Identifying Barriers to CleanTech Deployment India’s national manufacturing policy has set a target for the manufacturing sector to contribute 25% to India’s Gross Domestic Product [...]
by Haley Lacuesta | November 21, 2019
Podcast: Net-Zero Cities in China Regardless of how you view China’s domestic and international policies, it is essential that we help them accelerate their greenhouse gas reductions if we are to have any hope of staying below the 1.5​° tipping [...]
by ISC Team | October 5, 2018
ISC's George Hamilton, Brent Habig and Steve Nicholas attended the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco September 12-14, 2018.The Summit was an invite-only event where governments, businesses, activists, and nonprofits could gather, [...]
by ISC Team | June 28, 2018 Communities across the U.S. are exploring how resilient solar can help strengthen resilience, advance renewable energy goals, and best serve vulnerable neighborhoods during disasters. In Baltimore, Duluth, New York [...]