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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Creative Conservation: How Humanity Innovates to Protect Nature

Join Resource for the Future (RFF) for an expert discussion of creativity, innovation, technology, and natural resources. Ruth DeFries, the Denning Family Chair in Sustainable Development in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology at Columbia University and a 2007 recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship “genius grant” award, will discuss key themes in her new book, The Big Ratchet: How Humanity Thrives in the Face of Natural Crisis. A panel of experts in geography, conservation science, and economics will consider the advantages and limits of innovation in using and conserving natural resources.

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WCEE's May Happy Hour

The Women's Council on Energy and the Environment will host its May Happy Hour networking event.

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Potential Energy DC Petting Zoo, Co-Hosted with Leaders in Energy

The Potential Energy DC Petting Zoo is a showcase of energy and environmental solutions that you can see and touch - from entrepreneurs right here in the DMV. Innovators include: PEARL Home Certification, Tumalow, YUCK! Old Paint, ExyBox, Ecocell Energy, iRestore, Athena Power, Aquicore, Iron Goat, et al.

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Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Achievements in Sustainability: A Look at Local Environmental Health Program Success

Join this webinar to learn how local environmental health programs achieved integration between sustainability and environmental health in this free event on June 3rd from 1:00-2:15 pm EDT. Brought to you by The Security and Sustainability Forum in cooperation with the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), this webinar will feature past NEHA Sustainability Award winners and is a great way to open the discussion around the sustainability-environmental health nexus with other like-minded professionals.

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