Sustainable City Network Webinars

  1. Assessing Cybersecurity Threats. Is your organization at risk?

    Instructed by Dr. John D. Johnson, CEO and Founder of Aligned Security, this 4-hour online training course for local government, utilities and business personnel will help you map out a cybersecurity plan. The course will consist of two 2-hour webinars scheduled two days in a row on Oct. 25 and 26.
  2. Organizing a Farmers Market

    This 4-hour webinar series featuring instructors Grant McCarty and Nikki Keltner from the University of Illinois Extension, along with Janie Maxwell, Cathy McDermott and Catherine Dunlap from the Illinois Farmers Market Association will be conducted live in two-hour segments on November 7 & 8, 2017.
  3. Biogas 101: Back to Basics

    If your organization has access to biogas from landfills, wastewater or industrial waste, you need to view this free 1-hour webinar, sponsored by Unison Solutions.
  4. Sustainability in the City of Nashville, Tenn.

    This free 1-hour webinar, recorded Aug. 3, 2017, features Erin Hafkenschiel, director of transportation & sustainability in the mayor's office at the city of Nashville, who describes the city's sustainability initiatives, from its plans to reduce waste, increase its tree canopy and develop more green spaces, to its community solar project and food waste reduction program.
  5. Creating a Sustainability Strategy for Your Organization

    Sustainable City Network presented the webinar series Creating a Sustainability Strategy for Your Organization in July 2017, intended for any personnel who are responsible for developing sustainability plans and strategies for a community, business or institution.
  6. Lean Thinking: Process Management Made Easy

    Sustainable City Network and the Northwest Environmental Training Center have teamed up to offer this 6-hour online course on the Lean process improvement system.
  7. FEMA Reporting: A Sustainable Approach

    Sustainable City Network presented the free 1-hour webinar FEMA Reporting: A Sustainable Approach on June 6, 2017.
  8. Green Infrastructure Projects – Communicating What Matters

    Sustainable City Network presented this free 1-hour webinar, Green Infrastructure Projects – Communicating What Matters, on Wednesday, May 24.
  9. The End of Tree Plagues in an Age of Invasive Diseases

    How do we blunt Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) losses, stop the next tree plague from devastating our communities, and create a better, stronger, resilient future forest?
  10. City of Palo Alto Sustainability: Webinar April 27

    Sustainable City Network hosted this free 1-hour webinar in April 2017, featuring the city of Palo Alto, Calif.
  11. Introduction to Sustainable Remediation

    Download this online training course for any personnel who investigate, remediate, regulate or monitor environmentally contaminated sites.
  12. Automating the Business Case for Green Buildings

    Join Autocase and Prologis to learn how to optimize the lifecycle financial, social, and environmental value of building less than half an hour, with Autocase for Buildings.
  13. New LEED Pilot Credit: How Economic Analysis is Making the Case for Sustainable Design

    This webcast describes the new LEED Pilot Credit - Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis – and how Impact Infrastructure’s “Autocase for Buildings” simplifies the task of applying for the credit by auto-generating results for submission.

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