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by LuAnn Bennett | January 23, 2018
This blog is by ISC board vice-chair, LuAnn Bennett. LuAnn is president of the Bennett Group in Washington D.C.We all know that China is the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter, but what’s easy to forget is why that’s the case: the country is [...]
by ISC Staff | July 5, 2016
On June 15, we had a wonderful celebration of ISC's 25th Anniversary at Shelburne Farms. It was a terrific evening from start to finish, in a gorgeous setting, with so many of ISC's friends and partners, current and former staff, and past and [...]
by Richard Paisner | February 5, 2016
Remarks from Richard Paisner, Chair of the ISC Board of Directors. As Board chair, I have many opportunities to recount the ISC story. And what a remarkable story it is – from a riverbank in Bulgaria to virtually every country of the former [...]
by George Hamilton | February 5, 2016
Note: A few years ago, we asked George Hamilton to write up the story of ISC's founding. See Part 1 here.   In June of 1990, after Governor Madeleine Kunin had announced that she did not plan to run for re-election, the National Democratic [...]
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by ISC Staff | November 5, 2015
We’ve been talking quite a bit about community resilience lately – it’s emerging as a real theme in our work and in the conversations we’re having with community leaders. We sat down with ISC’s President George Hamilton to ask him a few [...]