February 22 2018
|Innovative | Evidence – Based | Timely|
|Environmental professionals working in all levels of government, the private sector and non-profit organizations are finding their way to our innovative and evidence-based programs — in person and online.
I have heard from adventure tourism operators, environmental consultants and others that they want to know more about Aboriginal law and policy, particularly the ‘duty to consult’. We are delivering a very timely workshop in March on this theme. You will not want to miss this if you work in the resource sector including mining, forestry, renewable energy and/or tourism.
Cities across Canada and the US are in the midst of massive change when it comes to transitioning to renewable energy sources. We have an online course that provides a primer to understanding the range of policies, regulations and partnerships needed for cities to succeed. Registration in now open for Fall 2018. This is what past students have to say about the course:
It’s cutting-edge, with the top instructors in a somewhat niche field in Canada. And the reading materials presented were well curated.
Excellent for understanding basics of energy infrastructure, governance, funding and other implementation issues.
The [on-line] format is perfect for someone with a full time career, looking to better understand how they can navigate their community towards RE.
Please join us for these upcoming programs. I look forward to welcoming you.
Dr. Joanna Ashworth
Director of Professional Programs and Partnerships