It gives us great pleasure to announce that Craig Swanson of Swanson Environmental Associates, LLC will be joining the EBC Rhode Island Chapter Leadership Team. Craig has been a long-time supporter of the EBC, and looks forward to contributing his industry knowledge to the Rhode Island Chapter as a member of the Leadership Team.
J. Craig Swanson, PhD, Principal Associate
Swanson Environmental Associates LLC
78 Sycamore Lane, Saunderstown, RI 02874
401.741.4983 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Swanson is a Principal Associate of Swanson Environmental Associates, which he founded in 2015. He was a Senior Associate of RPS ASA between 2011 and 2015and a Cofounder and Principal of Applied Science Associates from 1979 to 2011. He received a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and the University of Bridgeport, respectively, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering from the University of Rhode Island.
His initial professional focus was on the development and use of hydrodynamic, water quality, sediment and pollutant transport computer models to provide quantitative solutions for public and private sector clients in river, lake, estuarine, coastal and shelf environments. Dr. Swanson has directed the application of these models and associated field programs to solve a wide variety of problems in these aquatic surface water environments located in the United States and abroad.
Dr. Swanson’s professional activities have included former Rhode Island Chapter Chair and former member of the Board of Directors of the Environmental Business Council.
Date & Time:
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Boston Architectural College
320 Newbury Street, 2nd Floor, Cascieri Hall
The USGBC Emerging Professionals of Massachusetts are excited to share our next Careers in Sustainability panel discussion at the Boston Architectural College, covering the Evolution of the Sustainability Professional. We will cover the places where young professionals are entering into the sustainability industry today (degree programs and start-ups) and where we see opportunities for the future (entrepreneurial ventures, non-profits, public service). From 10 years ago, we had a rise in CSR professionals and we will discuss what has changed since then and where the future of green jobs are for upcoming graduates. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information, and to register, please follow this link.
Careers in Sustainability Series:
The Careers in Sustainability Series began in 2017 by the USGBC MA Chapter’s Emerging Professionals of MA Committee, during the ramp up to GreenBuild in Boston. The goal of the series is to bring professionals of various stages of their careers in sustainability and help provide guidance and insight to students planning on entering a sustainability-related industry. Our series is structured as a panel discussion that we take to a new college every year to broaden our impact across Massachusetts colleges.
The available presentations from the EBC Program Series with MassDEP Leadership – Commissioner Suuberg and the Central Region Leadership Team completed on September 25, 2018, can be viewed below.
Final Agenda – Program Series with MassDEP Leadership – Commissioner Suuberg and the Central Region Leadership Program
Presentations – Program Series with MassDEP Leadership – Commissioner Suuberg and the Central Region Leadership Team
Utilities and product companies are undergoing unprecedented change driven by climate policy, innovative smart-grid technologies, customer adoption of distributed energy, and new customer expectations. The stakes are high, and so is the price tag. Are customers really looking for an energy revolution – akin to how smart phones have changed the telecom industry? Or are they just looking for more affordable, resilient, reliable, clean power from their trusted utility? What are the barriers and opportunities for adapting to a shifting energy marketplace and how do utilities and customer adapt? We have asked customers directly what they expect and need from their utility and how they see the future. Join us for an information presentation to illuminate public opinion on this topic.
- Dale Knapp, MSc, CSS, LSE, CEP, PWS, Senior Environmental Consultant, Tetra Tech
Utility of the Future: The Customer’s Perspective
- Harrison Grubbs, Director of Strategic Partnerships, KSV Company
Please click the link below to view a recording of the webinar. Apologies for the clipped introductions.
VIEW THE WEBINAR
To stay up to date with Harrison and KSV please visit the EnergyWire blog. You can also contact Harrison directly: (212) 366-4000 or email@example.com.
The available presentations from the EBC Solid Waste Management Program – Update from the MassDEP Regional Solid Waste Section Chiefs completed on September 18, 2018, can be viewed below.
Final Agenda – Solid Waste Management Program – Update from the MassDEP Regional Solid Waste Section Chiefs
Presentations – Solid Waste Management Program – Update from the MassDEP Regional Solid Waste Section Chiefs