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Learning Together EMS Workshop June 2-3



LEARNING TOGETHER WORKSHOP JUNE 2-4: ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 

Join business, industry, government, and nongovernmental organizations at the premier "Learning Together" Workshop on Environmental Management Systems (EMS) and Environmental Innovation in San Antonio, Texas on June 2-4, 2003.  

Register online at www.mswg.org to take advantage of the extended early registration rate of $245.00 for the three day training opportunity. 

Hotel reservations must be made by calling 
210/354-2800. 

The Adam's Mark San Antonio Hotel is offering a rate of $91.00/111.00 plus tax single/double per night. Please ask for the "Learning Together Workshop" room block to receive this rate.

The Multi-State Working Group on Environmental Management Systems and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Commission on Environmental Cooperation are pleased to host the upcoming  workshop. 

Some of the highlighted speakers include:

Robert J. Huston, Chairman, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
Steve Elbert, President, BP Group Environmental Management Company
Ian Johnson, Vice President, World Bank
Raul Arriaga, Subsecretario of Environmental Management, SEMARNAT
Raul Rodriquez, Managing Director, North American Development Bank

Other highlights: 

- Three  EMS & Innovations tracks: Big Picture, Hands On, and Innovating and Partnering
- A facilitated MSWG World Café interactive session
- Optional June 4 "Performance-based EMS Workshop" sponsored by TCEQ

Meet and listen to EMS and Innovations leaders from the following leading organizations, including:

American Chemistry Council
Audubon International
Canadian Center for Pollution Prevention
Commission on Environmental Cooperation
Department of Defense
England Environmental Agency
Mexico Pollution Prevention Roundtable
Motorola
National Park Service
National Pollution Prevention Roundtable
Natural Resources Defense Council
Pacific Institute
Performance Track Participants Association
Port of Houston
Registrar Accreditation Board
Rockwell Automation
Sonoma County
Silicon Valley Environmental Partnership
States of Colorado, Georgia, New York, and Texas
Tennessee Valley Authority
University of North Carolina
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Wisconsin Energy Corporation 
 


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