SURF Meetings:

Climate Change And Resiliency Within Remediation
July 27, 2016 8:30-9:30 am PDT
Hosted by EcoAdapt & SURF
Agenda

SURF 33 – Boeing, Washington DC
October 19-20, 2016
Call for Abstracts
(deadline to submit: August 12, 2016)

Request for Sustainable Remediation Case Studies:

Help SURF catalogue case studies that demonstrate sustainable remediation implementation and exemplify the nexus of environmental, social, and economic aspects of a project.

If you have been involved in a project that incorporates elements of sustainable remediation, please consider preparing a case study for submittal to SURF’s Technical Initiative team.

For a copy of SURF’s case study template ==> click here

Completed case studies and questions about the initiative may be directed to the CSI team at csi@sustainableremediation.org.

Please note that case studies with “green washing” or strong commercial messages will not be accepted by SURF.

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Friday
Aug162013

Call for Abstracts: Groundwater Issues and Water Management - Strategies Addressing the Challenges of Sustainability in California

The Groundwater Resources Association of California, in cooperation with USCID, the US Society for Irrigation and Drainage Professionals, is requesting abstracts for the upcoming conference:

Groundwater Issues and Water Management - Strategies Addressing the Challenges of Sustainability in California

The conference will be held March 4-5, 2014, in Sacramento, California.

Submit your abstract online by September 1, 2013, at http://www.grac.org/giwm-abstracts.

Many topics will be covered, including:

Sustainable Water Supplies

  • Climate Change Adaptation Strategies
  • Importance of Infrastructure Design and Investments
  • How Groundwater Fits into the "Sustainability" Picture
  • "Are My Groundwater Uses Sustainable?""Are Yours?"
  • Practical and Legal Definitions of Sustainability
  • Water Quality as a Measure of Sustainability
  • Water Conservation: Intended and Unintended Consequences

Visit the conference website to learn more.

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