Integrative Strategies Forum is committed to helping build sustainable societies. To do this ISF explores ways civil society groups work with each other, how they recognize the interdependence of their different issues--poverty, environmental degradation, racism and social injustice, climate change--and how they mobilize towards the common goal of a just and sustainable society. Working with civil society networks within the United States and around the world, ISF focuses on the power of collaboration and capacity-building to better envision, plan and implement sustainable solutions to the world's critical problems. ISF's SPAC Program works to raise the priority of sustainable production and consumption (SPAC) policies and practices by promoting civil society networking and collaborative strategies in the United States and around the world. ISF sees SPAC as an integrative framework, key to making sustainable development the norm.
Contact Person: Mr. Jefferey Barber
Contact Address: Box 7458, Silver Spring, MD 20907, USA.
ISF office telephone: 1-301-588-5550