"Fostering visionary, spirited and thoughtful leadership toward a just and sustainable future"
The objective of the Environmental Leadership Academy is to heighten awareness and engage individuals in critical thinking about environmental issues affecting our quality of life.
This year's four-day academy will bring industry leaders together to facilitate a robust dialogue about California’s Energy Future. Two expert panels will provide perspectives on energy and public safety concerns, sustainable economic growth while mitigating climate impact, and much more. Recommendations will also be shared for local, state, and federal goverment decision-makers to minimize and mitigate fire risk in California.
Industry leaders and subject matter experts will deliver a balanced knowledge of critical environmental issues to support sound decision-making, functional solutions and best practices in the areas of energy, water, land, transportation and waste.
Includes city planners, business environmental managers, city managers, architects, EDC members, conservation agencies, chamber of commerce leaders, water agencies, sustainability leaders, nonprofits and military.
Ethics, Economics and History, Adaptation and Sustainability, Environmental Law and
Regulation, Geology, Water, Santa Ana Watershed, Renewable Energy, Reliability, Transmission
and Siting, Climate Change, Open Space Planning, National Park System, Ecosystem Management
and Restoration, Conservation Planning and Ecology, Air Quality, Waste Management,
Urban Farming, Redevelopment and land use planning. Topics are subject to change.
The total cost of the program is $650. A discounted rate of $550 will be provided
to nonprofit and government agencies as well as veterans.
|February 4-7, 2020||Various Inland Empire locations|
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The ELA Certificate program is sponsored by our Environmental Leadership Institute Board Advisors which include the following: