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Cal State L.A.’s symposium unveils ‘Pathways to Global Sustainability’
Environmental geotechnology, energy and the environment, water sustainability among topics to be addressed
The symposium is designed as a forum to develop concrete strategies through participant interaction, networking and lively discussions that advance global sustainability in the areas of environmental geotechnology and energy.
Organized by CSULA Professors Gustavo Menezes and Crist Khachikian, in conjunction with the scientific committee of International Society for Environmental Geotechnology (ISEG), the three-day event will take place Wednesday, June 27, through Friday, June 29, at the Golden Eagle Ballroom, on the Cal State L.A. campus.
Paper presentations to be featured throughout the symposium will focus on the following themes:
• site monitoring/characterization systems
• global scale environmental problems and solutions
• landslide hazards
• geological carbon sequestration
• waste-to-energy systems
• long-term nuclear waste containment
• surface and ground water quality
• watershed management and protection
• water conservation and reuse and more
• and more
Established in 1992, ISEG has evolved as a registered non-profit professional society of researchers, policymakers, educators, corporate personnel and representatives of organizations who are active or interested in the advancement and application of knowledge in the geoenvironmental sciences and engineering to sustainable development of all regions of the world.
For more information or a complete schedule, call the CSULA Center for Energy and Sustainability at (323) 343-5399 or go to http://www.isegnet.org/
WHAT: Cal State L.A. to host the XII International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology, Energy and Global Sustainable Development.
WHEN: Wednesday, June 27, through Friday, June 29, 2012.
WHERE: Golden Eagle Ballroom, on the Cal State L.A. campus. Public permit dispenser parking available at Lot 5 or the upper level of Parking Structure C. For campus map or directions: http://www.calstatela.edu/