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Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

Education & Training for Energy & Water Professionals

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2019 Summer Energy Educator Series (SEES)

  Join fellow energy educators in a 5-day workshop on Energy Efficiency, Energy Management and Building Science education. This opportunity is offered through a grant from the National Science Foundation Center For Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education (CREATE) Support Center and is for any community college educator who is interested in developing energy efficiency related coursework or an energy management program.

Workshop will be held in Eugene, Oregon at Lane Community College Monday, June 24 - Friday, June 28, 2019.
Cost to attend (including travel) is free to those that apply and qualify.

View the brochure (PDF) | View the application (PDF)
or Complete your online application now.

For Additional Information, Contact:
Dr. Kenneth A. Walz  |    |  Office: (608) 246-6521 (Central Timezone)
or Roger Ebbage |   |  Office: (541) 463-6160 (Pacific Timezone)

Water's Everywhere. Why get a degree in Water Conservation?

Global majority faces water shortages 'within two generations'

By Fiona Harvey
Originally Published on The Guardian: Friday, May 24, 2013

"The majority of the 9 billion people on Earth will live with severe pressure on fresh water within the space of two generations as climate change, pollution and over-use of resources take their toll, 500 scientists have warned."

Experts call on governments to start conserving water in face of climate change, pollution and over-use

The world's water systems would soon reach a tipping point that "could trigger irreversible change with potentially catastrophic consequences", more than 500 water experts warned on Friday as they called on governments to start conserving the vital resource. They said it was wrong to see fresh water as an endlessly renewable resource because, in many cases, people are pumping out water from underground sources at such a rate that it will not be restored within several lifetimes.

Interested in learning more?
View the entire article (pdf below) or check out our Water Conservation degree that provides individuals the skills to generate better solutions for our impending water issues.


EMC Leads to Impressive Energy Savings for Texas Participants

EMC Students from Texas Achieve $898,000 in Energy Cost Avoidance.

In 2003 a group of Energy Management Certification Program participants from Texas went back to work and applied some of the energy saving techniques they had learned during the on-campus portion of EMC program. The result was $898,000 in avoided costs for their school district. The following summary outlines the project. (Or download the Full Report)

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