Upcoming Webinars

Jun 14
Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Overview
Jun 14, 2023 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Qualification Credentials: RCEP PDH

Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) encompasses proven technologies that have been used in some sectors for decades as well as new, disruptive technologies that have yet to be commercialized. However, CCUS has yet to be deployed widely at scale. Despite economic challenges, the future of CCUS looks more promising than ever due to net-zero goals set by governments and corporations worldwide. This presentation will explore different types of CCUS technologies used in heavy industries like power, steel, cement and oil and gas and how the existing market drivers are helping to create a more sustainable world.

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Jun 28
Socially Just and Equitable Infrastructure; COVID-19: Road to Recovery
Jun 28, 2023 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

Qualification Credentials: RCEP PDH

*This course qualifies toward 2 prescribed hours of education toward ENV SP credential maintenance.

Part 1 of this 2-part webinar takes a look at how justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion intersect with the infrastructure industry. Their importance and relationship with each other is explored, while the process of how to achieve and measure equitable outcomes is provided.

Part 2 begins by comparing and contrasting how various infrastructure sectors were affected by the shock of COVID-19, before focusing on how an emphasis on resilience is required to safeguard infrastructure assets from future "black sheep" events.

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Jul 19
Beyond the Building: Increasing resilience and reducing emissions in the exterior built environment
Jul 19, 2023 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Qualification Credentials: RCEP PDH

Beyond buildings: streets, infrastructure, open spaces and natural systems represent more than 50% of a city’s space. Yet they are often overlooked and considered “in-between” spaces. These places hold vast opportunities for climate and community resilience, emissions reductions, and active biogenic carbon sequestration. Planning and urban design, infrastructure, and landscape architecture hold critical levers improving the mitigation performance of these spaces while unlocking critical co-benefits such as protecting from an increase of flood, heat and air pollution while conserving water and supporting biodiversity, community health, and well-being. 

Moderated by Vincent Martinez, Architecture 2030 President and COO, “Beyond the Building” opens the dialog to learn about the resources for cross-sector collaboration to amplify positive impacts globally. Within the industry, Pamela Conrad, Founder of Climate Positive Design and Chris Hardy, Senior Associate from Sasaki will demonstrate the usage of design strategies and tools that measure and analyze data that can be embodied by infrastructure disciplines.

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