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Webinar: Inject Some Energy Into Your Employment Lands
March 6, 2012, 2:00 pm–4:00 pm$275 – $375
This online webinar will run 4 consecutive Tuesday from March 6 to March 27th, 2pm-4pm.
Is your business plugged in to clean energy? Are you a municipality struggling to meet economic development, sustainability, and greenhouse gas reduction objectives? Whether you are involved with a new development or are looking to revitalize an existing facility or community, you can achieve huge dividends by employing smart energy and an eco-industrial approach.
In this 4-session, interactive course we will show you how to manage/reduce risk while reducing your environmental footprint, decreasing the need for new infrastructure, attracting sustainable employers and creating green jobs. Using real examples, best practices and engaging activities you will:
- Gain economic, social and environmental insights for improving project approvals
- Describe smart energy and how cogeneration and fuel multiple systems for otherwise wasted resources
- Identify best practices and mindsets for eco-urban development
- Analyze the challenges for eco-industrial park development and develop successful strategies for overcoming them
- Learn how to practically and efficiently implement eco-industrial development strategies in a local regulatory context
Ian Bush BA, Econ(Honours), MBA (Marketing)
Director of Training and Administration
A summer student job in a pulp and paper mill steam plant (Power Eng 4th Class) was followed by experience in all operations. Following graduation he continued a career in pulp and paper becoming responsible for Human Relations and Training. For over 30 years he has delivered training courses and is a business consultant. This led to an appreciation of the benefits of cogeneration. He has experience in delivering classroom training, Audio Conferencing and various forms of internet based training.
Contact info: 613-686-5692, email@example.com
Katelyn (Harris) Brunskill, BASc, EIT
Light House Sustainable Building Centre
Katelyn is passionate about the practical application of industrial ecology. For her master’s thesis she studied eco-industrial networks in the city of Guelph, ON. Katelyn provides research and technical support for eco-industrial projects across Canada and regularly facilitates workshops and other learning sessions.
Contact info: 613-407-8930, firstname.lastname@example.org
For More Information, Please Contact: Tracy Casavant email@example.com
COGENCanada was federally incorporated in 2004 as a not for profit Association dedicated to promoting Cogeneration, Polygeneration, Eco Industrial Networking, use of Waste Heat, Renewable Energy, Environmental Solutions and Sustainable Industrial Development.
Additional in Person Courses
- Edmonton, AB – Feb. 16
- Vancouver, BC – Feb.21
- Saskatoon, SK – Mar. 8
- Winnipeg, MB – Mar. 21
- Halifax, NS – April 4