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  • military usa, per lo sviluppo sostenibile

    in questa esposizione, sembra che si apra al FUTURO della sostenibilita' ambientale....

    Environment, Energy, & Sustainability Symposium & Exhibition (E²S²)

    organizzata dai militari USA, e il GOVERNO FEDERALE US (che con la nato!!) sono i custodi delle "cantine" di laboratori scentifici che da Tesla in poi, hanno ammassato enormi quantita' di DATI....

    sembra che DA QUESTA ESPOSIZIONE, si faccia il salto nel FUTURO!
    e dopo che Obama il 2 04 a Londra...
    (scusate, non e' ancora arrivato....)
    ma l' argomento futuro sostenibile sara' CERTAMENTE predominante !!

    Mr. Tad Davis, IV, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health)
    Mr. Dennis Firman, SES, Director, AFCEE
    Ms. Sherri Goodman, General Counsel, CNA
    Mr. Richard Kidd, Program Director, Federal Energy Management Program, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy
    Dr. Michael Pacheco, Vice President, Deployment and Industry Partnerships, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
    Mr. Paul Parker, SES, Deputy Civil Engineer, HQ USAF
    Dr. Roger Pielke, Jr., Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado
    Dr. Teresa Pohlman, Director, Office of Safety and Environmental Programs,
    Department of Homeland Security
    Mr. Mark Schaefer, Deputy Executive Director of Environmental Conflict Resolution, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution
    Mr. Al Shaffer, Executive Director, Defense Energy Security Task Force; Director, Plans and Programs, Office of Director, Defense Research and Engineering
    Ms. Maureen Sullivan, Director, Environmental Management, ODUSD(I&E)/EM

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    Environment, Energy & Sustainability Symposium & Exhibition
    (Formerly JSEM)
    Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO
    Event #9440
    May 4-7, 2009

    "Preserving Our Resources - Protecting Our Future"

    Make plans to attend one or more of our Training Sessions on Monday, May 4!

    - MRSPP Online Training
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Mr. Victor Wieszek, ODUSD(I&E)/EM
    ODUSD (I&E) developed the MRSPP training as a tool for installations working to complete all Site Inspections at Munitions Response Sites (MRSs) by the end of FY2010. Moving toward this goal, it is imperative that service personnel know that this online training resource exists. The training will enable service personnel and stakeholder to better understand the intricacies of applying the MRSPP and disseminate the training. The training is comprised of six modules, including an introduction. The following is an overview of each module. EHE, CHE, and HHE Modules – These modules outline the structure of the protocol and how each hazard evaluation module fits into the protocol’s structure. Illustrated within each of these modules are the specific data elements and factors evaluated. Further, these modules include instructions on completing the tables necessary to evaluate an MRS and determine a rating for each module.

    Administrative Requirements Module – This module focuses on performing quality assurance, sequencing of MRSs, documenting the prioritization process, reporting the relative MRS priorities, and reviewing and applying the protocol.

    Determining the MRS Priority Module – This module highlights completion of the table that determines the MRS priority and designating the highest module rating to determine the MRS priority or alternative MRS rating.

    Knowledge checks are included in each module so that learners may track their progress. In addition, there is an interactive exercise at the conclusion of the program where learners can apply their knowledge by gathering data and determining the MRS priority to a fictional case study. Participation in the training will allow participants to develop an understanding of the features associated with online training including print and mute functionalities, the navigation bar, and resources section.

    - Green Procurement Training
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Mr. Gerry Nelson & Ms. Mikki Brooks, DLA
    This session will cover federal purchasing requirements for environmentally preferable products (green procurement). In addition to environmental mandates, it discusses requirements in the FAR pertaining to the acquisition cycle, required sources of supply, shopping tools, specifications, and life cycle analysis. This is a condensed session of a workshop that normally lasts two days.

    - Special Session from Granta Design
    1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    "Managing and Using Materials Information for Sustainable Engineering and Design"
    Effective management and use of materials information is critical to sustainable engineering and design. Examples include: restricted substances, where it is vital to know which materials and processes are impacted and how to avoid or substitute them; and design for low energy usage or low carbon footprint, where materials choices made during design can have a major impact. This seminar session will examine best practices in the management of mission-critical materials data and explore how the associated technologies are now being extended to support sustainable engineering, particularly in response to restricted substance problems. The session will include talks, software demonstrations, and discussion. It will be chaired by materials information technology experts, Granta Design, and draw on Granta’s work with two relevant consortia – the Material Data Management Consortium (members include NASA, U.S. Navy, Los Alamos National Labs, Oak Ridge National Labs, Boeing, Rolls-Royce, Raytheon, GE – Aviation) and the Environmental Materials Information Technology Consortium (members include NASA, Rolls-Royce, Eurocopter, and EADS Astrium).

    1:00 pm
    Welcome, Dr. David Cebon, Managing Director of Granta Design; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cambridge University
    1:10 pm
    Sustainable Chemical and Material Management: The Next Step at DoD, Dr. Carole LeBlanc, Special Expert, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
    1:40 pm
    Materials Data Management - Why it’s Important and How it’s Done, Dr. Will Marsden, Product Director, Aerospace, Defense, and Energy, Granta Design
    2:10 pm
    Toxic Chemical Restriction and Avoidance in DoD Acquisition, Dr. Scott Sirchio, Naval Surface Warfare Center
    2:40 pm
    3:00 pm
    Mr. Wayne Ziegler, Army Research Laboratory
    3:30 pm
    Responding to the Challenges of Restricted Substances and Eco-Design, Dr. David Cebon, Managing Director of Granta Design; Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cambridge University
    4:30 pm
    Panel Discussion – Restricted Substances and Eco-Design
    5:00 pm

    A block of rooms has been reserved at the following hotels. To make your reservation, please call the hotel directly. In order to ensure the discounted NDIA rate, you must make your reservations early and ask for the "National Defense Industrial Association - NDIA" room block. Rooms will not be held after April 10, 2009.

    Hyatt Regency Denver Convention Center
    650 15th St.
    Denver, CO 80202
    (303) 436-1234
    Industry: $182 single / $207 double

    Sheraton Hotel Denver
    1550 Court Place
    Denver, CO 80202
    (303) 893-3333
    Industry: $149 single/double

    Grand Hyatt Denver
    1750 Welton St.
    Denver, CO 80202
    (303) 295-1234
    Industry: $185 single / $198 double

    Marriott Denver City Center
    1701 California St.
    Denver, CO 80202
    (303) 297-1300
    Industry: $173 single / $189 double

    If you have already registered for the conference, you will receive an email from Laser Registration with instructions on how to re-access your account and add the CEU registration and additional fee to your record.

    All individuals who register to receive CEUs will be awarded credit at the conclusion of the conference. You will not be awarded the units if you do not check-in at the registration desk onsite in Denver.

    The 2009 brochure and full agenda are available online. Visit ndiae2s2, then click Schedule to download/print/view the brochure.

    NDIA is pleased to offer the symposium schedule on the website broken down by track for easy access to the abstracts of the technical sessions' presentations. Plan your day at the symposium by researching over 300 presentations today! Tuesday, May 5, will be devoted to general session with keynote speakers.

    NDIA's Environment, Energy & Sustainability Symposium & Exhibition provides a unique forum for military stakeholders to discuss the innovations, technologies, applications and ideas that have contributed to DoD's progress in meeting the challenge to secure and sustainable energy.

    Please visit ndiae2s2 for more information or to register.


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