Two organizations that promote a productivity stewardship model are the Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (ICES) and the Interfaith Stewardship Alliance (ISA).
What does ICES stand for?
ICES stands for Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 108 other meanings of ICES in our Acronym Attic
- Information Collection and Evaluation Standards (hospital data collection for safety and compliance issues)
- Institut Catholique d'etudes Supérieures (France)
- Institute for Chemical and Engineering Sciences
- Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences
- Institute for Complex Engineered Systems (Carnegie Mellon University)
- Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (UK)
- Integrated Civil Engineering Support (Department of Defense)
- Integrated Client Encounter System (Texas Department of Health)
- Integrated Customs Enforcement System (Canada)
- Intelligence Community Enterprise Services
- Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (Canada)
- International Cake Exploration Societé
- International Centre for Ethnic Studies
- International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety (IEEE)
- International Conference on Environmental Science
- International Conference on Evolvable Systems
- International Council for Electrophoresis Societies
- International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
- International Cultural Exchange School (China)
- Ingenieros Consultores Especialistas SA (Guatemala)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In response, a group called the Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship formulated "The Cornwall Declaration on Environmental Stewardship," which called for environmental stewardship that acknowledged the primacy of humans and said, "We aspire to a world in which widespread economic freedom--which is integral to private, market economies--makes sound ecological stewardship available to ever greater numbers.
Conservative theologians formed their own coalition, the Interfaith Council for Environmental Stewardship (now dormant, it spoke out against "a romantic view of nature").