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The Path to Sustainable Development - The Course



The talk is all about sustainability.  How can an organization find the path to sustainable development?  Of course, effective pollution prevention will be a major milestone and the prevention ethic will permeate the entire journey.  This is the subject of a distance learning course at Harvard University http://courses.dce.harvard.edu/~envre105/

Participants in this course will come from all over the world.  Last year, there were students from all five continents.  They will be discussing the practical issues associated with this journey to sustainable development from the perspective of two LIVE cases - a local government and an industrial facility operating at the local level.  This discussion will be facilitated using a unique bulletin board established by the host of this P2TECH list server.  If anyone on this list server is interested in participating just in the discussion, please let me know and I will send you the instructions to do so.  You can view the syllabus on the course web page to learn more about the topics that will be discussed.    The journey begins on 27 January 2003.  You are also welcome to enroll in the course for a more complete experience.  There are links on the web page with enrollment information and information on the Environmental Management Certificate program at Harvard University.  This course is a required course for obtaining that Certificate.  Please let me know if you have any questions about the course.

Bob Pojasek
Harvard University
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