Don't miss ASCE's new workshop
Integrated Approach to Sustainability
Join local and national sustainability leaders to learn how to put sustainability principles into civil engineering practice in a new course from ASCE.
With Integrated Approach to Sustainability, you'll delve into examples of sustainable projects, discuss a sustainable infrastructure project rating system in the works, and explore regional sustainability initiatives. A discussion will examine renewable energy resources of all kinds, stormwater management including bioinfiltraton and bioretention, and facets of green building, including recycled materials and LEED certification. Consider how you could become a leader in creating a sustainable future. It starts with ASCE's new workshop, Integrated Approach to Sustainability.
Earn 4 PDHs with the workshop, coming soon to three convenient locations:
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Each workshop is headlined by a noted professional currently successful at putting sustainability into practice.
• On Jan. 12 in Portland, hear keynote speaker Greg DiLoreto, P.E., F.ASCE, the chief executive officer of Oregon's Tualatin Valley Water District and 2012 ASCE President-elect.
• On Jan. 19 in Nashville, Tennessee state Senator Andy Berke will be keynote speaker.
• On Feb. 9 in Kansas City, MO, Mark Huffer, general manager of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, will be keynote speaker.
It's going to be 2012 – seize the future by learning how to apply sustainability!