Free Webinar: Engaging the University Community in Realizing Sustainability

Interested in what it takes to develop and launch an award winning organizational sustainability strategy? Organizational leaders from educational institutions and beyond will learn from the Simon Fraser University story of engaging their community in this innovative design and planning process.

This free webinar is on Thursday May 19th, from 9:30 am to 10:30 am Pacific Standard Time.  The program is offered by Simon Fraser University's Faculty of Environment, Professional Programs.   For more details and to register:  

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This webinar is part of a series that explores lessons learned when citizens and other stakeholders are engaged in policy development and decision-making specific to environmental issues. Each session tells the inside story of an engagement process and shares tools, resources and tips for delivering engaging messages and designing public engagement processes. Drawing from these examples of highly successful campaigns, the case presentation explores methods to harness the attention and meaningful involvement of the public that will contribute to innovative public policy.

May 19 2016, 9:30am - 10:30am PDT
BC, online, V5A1S6, online
PST Pacific Standard Time (North America) UTC−08

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