Serving New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands and Eight Tribal Nations.
How to participate
You must register for each webinar separately.
You will need to be able to view presentations via your computer and listen to the audio portion by telephone or through your PC speakers. Registered participants will be able to connect to the web link provided in the reminder e-mail that will be sent out 2 days in advance of the call date.
Webinars include an audio presentation by a guest speaker in conjunction with a PowerPoint presentation. Participants can pose questions and receive answers after the speakers give their presentations. Following the close of the event, our webinar materials are posted to the website for additional access. Webinars are an inexpensive way to share information with a large audience. They minimize the need for travel and the environmental impacts of travel, as well as the costs for hosts and participants.
Upstream Emissions: Getting a Handle on the Footprint of Our Stuff
January 20, 2011
Energy Efficiency: Promoting "Green" Behaviors that Count
October 28, 2010
New York State Initiatives to Address Climate Change
June 30, 2010
Introduction to EPA's WaterSense Program
February 24, 2010
Food Waste Webinar Series
February - April, 2010
Biodiesel Done Right: Strategies for Municipal Fleets
February 4, 2010
Clean Diesel Construction: Strategies, Tools and Incentives
October 27, 2009
EPA Funding Opportunities for Clean Diesel Projects
October 15, 2009
Make Materials Management Count: Tools & Techniques
June 24, 2009
What is the Climate-Waste Prevention Connection?
June 4, 2009