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Environment webinar by AEDE for 2024 Economic Outlook and Policy Webinar Series: "Excess Emissions: Environmental Impacts, Health Effects, and Policy Debate" - Dr. Alex Hollingsworth
2024 Economic Outlook and Policy Webinar Series: "Excess Emissions: Environmental Impacts, Health Effects, and Policy Debate" - Dr. Alex Hollingsworth
2024 Economic Outlook and Policy Webinar Series: "Excess Emissions: Environmental Impacts, Health Effects, and Policy Debate" - Dr. Alex Hollingsworth
by AEDE
5/15/2024 4:00 PM
Environment webinar by Earth05 for Water Conservation in the Age of AI
Water Conservation in the Age of AI
As global water scarcity concerns escalate, the importance of innovative solutions like water offsetting becomes ever more critical. This panel discussion, already set to delve deep into the complexities and promise of sustainable water usage and conservation, is thrilled to welcome back Colin Herron as the moderator for its second iteration. With his renowned expertise and dynamic approach, Colin will guide our exploration of the intricacies involved in implementing effective water offsetting projects through the use of AI. Attendees will gain high-level insights into the definition and assessing the impact of these projects, navigating through regulatory frameworks and engaging communities to meet multiple objectives, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. This session promises an enlightening overview of water offsetting as an indispensable facet of corporate strategies, highlighting its significance, the challenges it faces, and the collective action required for its success. In light of the EU's AI Act set to take effect in May, bringing significant changes by year's end, and other regulatory efforts, this discussion is timelier than ever. As we prepare for a future where AI plays a crucial role in addressing water scarcity and quality issues, we'll also look into how multinationals are gearing up for the new regulations, balancing scientific innovation with leadership. Join us and Colin Herron for a deep dive into the current challenges and innovative solutions in water management, the pivotal role of corporate responsibility, and the future directions of water offsetting efforts. Discover how the intersection of technology and environmental stewardship is paving the way for a sustainable future.
by Earth05
4/11/2024 1:30 PM
Climate Change webinar by NBPHE for CPH Webinar Wednesday - Public Health Microbiology in the 21th Century Under the Landscape of Changing Climate
CPH Webinar Wednesday - Public Health Microbiology in the 21th Century Under the Landscape of Changing Climate
Presented by Dr. Aliyar Fouladkhah Bacterial pathogens have unique and efficient capabilities for moving towards diversity and fitness through various mechanisms such as vertical and horizontal gene transfer mechanisms and quorum sensing. Expansion in global travel and commerce, changes in production and processing of commodities, consumers' demand for minimally process products, and growth of the at-risk portion of populations are breeding grounds for novel, emerging, and re-emerging bacterial infectious diseases. Global warming due to the anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases is further fueling these national and global challenges, as minor changes in environmental temperature have pronounced and appreciable effects on bacterial fate and proliferation. Current presentation will discuss impact of climate changes in various regions of the world and further articulates the expected changes associated with public health microbiology, water safety, and microbial food safety, food security.
by NBPHE
4/10/2024 7:00 PM
Environment webinar by Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy for Storm Recovery: Do you know what to do with storm debris?
Storm Recovery: Do you know what to do with storm debris?
Climate change is expected to worsen the frequency, intensity, and impact from extreme weather events, like floods, tornadoes, and ice storms. Natural disasters generally result in significant damage to infrastructure and increase in the amount and types of materials requiring disposal. This can pose a threat or substantial nuisance to human health and environmental if not handled quickly and properly. See the new resources at Michigan.gov/EGLEStormRecovery and join us to learn more! In this webinar, emergency responders, local officials, community planners, and Michigan residents will learn about: • The regulations for managing storm debris. • EGLE’s authority and Michigan’s process for obtaining an Emergency Solid Waste Disposal Authorization in response to a natural disaster. • New online tools to help prepare for and respond to a natural disaster. Join us for this webinar to learn how you and your community can prepare for and be ready to respond to a natural disaster in your community. Attendance at this webinar is worth 1 continuing education or professional development hours for professional engineers.
Climate Change webinar by Circular Cities and Regions Initiative for 6th CCRI webinar: Stimulating synergies between circular economy and climate action
6th CCRI webinar: Stimulating synergies between circular economy and climate action
This webinar focuses on the integration and alignment of circular economy plans and policies with climate strategies, specifically in the context of adaptation and mitigation. Its main objective is to explore and examine how cities and regions can effectively connect their efforts in these areas at the local, regional and national level.The webinar is open to anyone but is likely to be most useful for cities, regions and territorial clusters that are working to develop circular economy plans in line with climate strategies. Registration is mandatory.This webinar will provide actionable insights from cities, regions and Associated Partners, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and ICLEI, that have already delved into the practical implementation of synergies between climate strategies and circular economy policies.Agenda:10:00-10:05 Opening and welcome10:05-10:25 Incorporating circular economy in climate action plans10:25-11:05 Bridging circular economy and climate: a panel on actionable insights from cities and regions11:05-11:25 Q&A with participating Pilots and Fellows11:25-11:30 Closing remarksSpeakers: Ellen MacArthur, ICLEI representatives
Environment webinar by Air & Waste Management Association for Fundamentals of Odour: What Do I Need to Know?
Fundamentals of Odour: What Do I Need to Know?
An understanding of odour science is becoming more important for industry personnel and regulators alike. Odour regulation and policy varies significantly across the world. In this webinar, we will touch on basic odour science and analysis methods including a background on odour laboratories, odour sampling, odour modelling, and odour field assessments. This webinar will cover introductory information with a common sense/practical approach focus. The webinar is a virtual workshop for those interested in attending the A&WMA’s Odour Specialty Conference in Toronto in May 2024.
3/21/2024 5:00 PM
Environment webinar by Chesapeake Water Environment Association for Baltimore City's Watershed Modeling Handbook
Baltimore City's Watershed Modeling Handbook
Join us as the Baltimore City Chief of the Office of Research and Environmental Protection, Kim Grove, shares the City’s experience in developing an integrated hydraulic and hydrologic (H & H) model for the City’s public storm sewer system, in addition to developing a Modeling Handbook and communications tools.PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DISCOUNT CODE HAS CHANGED!CWEA Members - FREE (use discount code: 24MEMBER) Non-Members - $10.001 PDH credit certificate will be sent to every attendee who meets the attendance and payment or membership requirements.
Environment webinar by Northern Rockies Fire Science Network for Impacts of climate and wildfire on western larch regeneration
Impacts of climate and wildfire on western larch regeneration
Join the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network and the Northwest Fire Science Consortium for a webinar from Spencer Vieira (ORISE Fellow at the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center) presenting his research on larch regeneration! Fire plays a critical role in forests of the Western United States (US), but as wildfire and climate deviate from historical patterns, increasing fire activity may significantly alter forest ecosystems.
Climate Change webinar by Finger Lakes Land Trust for Webinar Registration - Zoom
Webinar Registration - Zoom
A Conversation with Dan Egan: Join Dan Egan, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of The Devil's Element: Phosphorus and a World Out of Balance and The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, for a conversation about the role of phosphorus in our daily lives, how it impacts our environment, and its role in shaping agriculture. Sponsored by the Finger Lakes Land Trust and the Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
3/6/2024 12:30 AM
Environment webinar by School of Social Work for Inequality & the Environment: Moving from Science to Action that Advances Environmental Justice and Health Equity
Inequality & the Environment: Moving from Science to Action that Advances Environmental Justice and Health Equity
People of color are more likely to breathe dirty air, drink contaminated water, and live near hazardous waste sites, industrial agriculture operations, and other sources of pollution. The accelerating impacts of climate change are having additional disproportionate effects on minoritized populations. This talk will discuss structural determinants of environmental health disparities and community-engaged research to develop decision-support tools that advance environmental justice.
3/2/2024 6:00 PM
 

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