Here’s a look at upcoming sustainability webinars, conferences, and events for technical assistance professionals. This bulletin is posted every two weeks. Please note times are in Central Standard Time (CST).
Missed the Midwest Food Recovery? The good news is the summit’s webpages are not going anywhere. Each speaker now has their PDF next to their name and soon, links to videos will be available for each session!
Hazardous products that are no longer useful must be disposed of properly. If you are a resident of Lancaster County you may dispose of unwanted household hazardous waste products at this event. For a complete list of products accepted, please visit this link
Join us for our 2017 Annual Conference, ACT Iowa: Local Solutions for a Healthier Environment. As environmental concerns grow, it’s time for actionable solutions that bring individuals, communities and public-private partnerships together to create a healthier Iowa
The training in spray paint efficiency workshop will help painters and managers of any kind of paint shop save money and protect worker health.
This hands-on training will help participants reduce paint material costs, save money, improve air quality, and meet environmental standards. Participants also receive a five year 6H Certification as well as an understanding of NESHAP and 6H surface coating regulations.
Project Drawdown is facilitating a broad coalition of researchers, scientists, graduate students, PhDs, post-docs, policy makers, business leaders and activists to assemble and present the best available information on climate solutions in order to describe their beneficial financial, social and environmental impact over the next thirty years.
EnviroAtlas is a web-based decision support tool that combines maps, analysis tools, downloadable data and informational resources that states, tribes, communities and individuals can use to help inform policy and planning decisions that impact the places where people live, learn, work and play.
$2,500 community project grants are available to organizations, businesses and passionate residents. Grant applications are reviewed bi-annually, based on funding availability. Deadlines for fiscal year 2018: October 1, 2017 and April 1, 2018
The program engages with community leaders and health care partners to create walkable, healthy, economically vibrant downtowns and neighborhoods that can improve health, protect the environment, and support economic growth.
Any Nebraska organization, including schools, municipalities and other government entities, nonprofit organizations and recycling companies is eligible. Examples of recycling companies are those that collect, process and/or ship recycling; waste haulers with recycling routes, or starting or expanding recycling services.
P2 InfoHouse : This is a searchable online collection of more than 50,000 pollution prevention related publications, fact sheets, case studies and technical reports. It’s the largest single electronic resource for P2 information in the country.