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ERM - Environmental Resources Management Argentina
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Environmental and Resource Management at BTU Cottbus - Senftenberg
Does the balance of environmental, economic and social interests concern you? Graduates of the ERM programme have obtained competences that enable them to plan sustainable policies and effective strategies for the private and public sector. More Information: https://www.b-tu.de/environment-ms/
Sustainability Profiling, Emily King, Senior Consultant, Environmental Resources Management
In 2012/13 UCL ISR launched our BHPB Sustainable Communities/UCL Grand Challenges Symposium Series, as a forum to bring together a variety of stakeholders integral to the debate around issues of global concern. A two day 'Sustainable Resources for Sustainable Cities' symposium was hosted in November 2013 in collaboration with the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities (GCSC). Emily King, Senior Consultant, Environmental Resources Management (ERM) Read more about the event and view the outputs from the symposium on our website http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/sustainable/latest/activities/symposium_series/activities
Environmental Resource Management
Patrick Moore talks about the Environmental Resources Management during his segment on Good Day Cenla
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Dorothy Nalumu, student of Environmental and Resource Management at BTU
Dorothy Nalumu from Uganda is studying Environmental and Resource Management at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg (Master of Science). The chair of waste management which deals mainly with anaerobic digestion processes in its re-search projects offers lectures to understand better what we are doing with our residues and how the management of waste streams may be organized to be efficient and effective. Many international students like Dorothy come to Cottbus to learn about waste management. More Information: https://www.b-tu.de/
Environmental Resource Management
Tarrah Geszvain presents an overview of the Environmental Resource Management major in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State.
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Studiengang ERM
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#NoKXL Lockdown and Sit In at the Environmental Resources Management HQs (ERM)
State Department KXL Report Secrecy Hides Conflict, Criticism March 27, 2013 The State Department's report on the Keystone XL pipeline's environmental impact is apparently so deeply flawed that the agency is keeping information about those flaws hidden from the public. The department is trying to shroud in secrecy at least two different kinds of information about its Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (DSEIS) for the pipeline, which requires State Department approval because it would cross an international boundary to bring Canadian tar sands bitumen south to US refineries and export terminals. First secret: the industry ties of the "experts" who prepared the report. Some of the contractors and experts who prepared the report for the State Department had done work for TransCanada, the company hoping to build the pipeline, and other companies (including ones in the Koch brothers empire) with large stakes in the tar sands oil it would carry. The State Department blacked out information showing such conflicts of interest. Second secret: criticism of the report's flaws by groups who say it ignores or misrepresents the climate impacts of the KXL pipeline to a degree that is unscientific, unprofessional, and indefensible. A State Department blackout of public comments on its DSEIS suggests a lack of confidence that the document can withstand public scrutiny. Also left murky is a third kind of information bearing on the integrity of the report: contacts between industry lobbyists and State officials up to and including former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. Public Comments Criticism from environmental groups so far has focused on the DSEIS's alleged failure to fulfill the key requirement of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) — to assess the environmental (especially climate) impacts of building the project. But another key mandate of NEPA requires "public participation" in federal decisions with environmental impacts. An open public comment process on a draft environmental impact statement is often an expected ingredient of public participation. Even if NEPA didn't require public feedback, the law governing federal rulemaking (the Administrative Procedure Act) requires the dialogue between regulators and public commenters to be on the record. Approving the pipeline is a regulatory decision, since it involves granting of a permit. Regulatory proposals and comments on them are normally published online in a "docket." It is standard procedure for public comments to be included in such dockets — even when it means publishing tens of thousands of them. The dockets are published on regulations.gov, the portal for federal rulemaking, which includes mechanisms for comments to be submitted online by the public. Only rarely are such public comments not published, and when that happens agencies may be subject to withering criticism. No law prohibits the government from publishing online dockets for environmental impact statements (EISs). The story of State's choice not to publish public comments was broken by John H. Cushman Jr., writing for InsideClimate News. (Cushman worked for 27 years at the New York Times.) Cushman notes that many dockets for EISs do not include full public comments. But he also notes that the consulting firm ERM will manage the comment process, which is likely to include strong criticism of the EIS document ERM itself had a major role in preparing. Conflicts of Interest When the State Department published its DSEIS for the Keystone project March 1, 2013, it also published some supplementary documents, including a statement from the consulting firm ERM, which had prepared a significant part of the DSEIS under contract for State, that it had no conflict of interest. That document (available here) included work histories of people who had played major roles in the work for ERM. The problem was that key information in those histories had been "redacted" — simply grayed out, leaving glaring gaps. The general issue of contractor conflict-of-interest had been raised previously in the Keystone case. But, poring through the thousands of pages that State had published March 1, reporter Andy Kroll of Mother Jones discovered the redactions of consultants' specific ties to TransCanada. Working from unredacted documents, Kroll determined that it had been the State Department that performed the redactions.
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TOGY talks to Manuel Ortiz Monasterio, managing partner of Environmental Resources Management
“Mexico is at the forefront of climate change mitigation and management.” Manuel Ortiz Monasterio, managing partner of Environmental Resources Management, talks to TOGY about the significance of the Mexican energy market within the region, the salience of environmental and industrial safety for companies since the energy reform was passed and the company’s short- and medium-term objectives.
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James Simon - MSc Sustainable Environmental Resources Management
James Simon - IMP student at the University of Malta sharing his study experience in Malta - http://www.um.edu.mt/imp/courses
GDB3073 Jan2018 – Group 10 – Employee Relationship Management ERM
Have you ever experienced bad relationships among your colleagues in work? Miscommunications, quarrels, fights, back-stabbing, betrayal, politics... etc. Employee Relationship Management (ERM) had focused on enabling employees to collaborate on typical managerial tasks with their employers in building a harmony working environment.
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Shiram - MSc Sustainable Environmental Resources Management - University of Malta
The Master of Science in Sustainable Environmental Resources Management/Master of Science in Integrated Science and Technology programme is an innovative dual degree programme established jointly by the University of Malta and James Madison University (Virginia, USA) - http://www.um.edu.mt/imp/courses/master-of-science-sustainable-environment
Risk Management Thought Leadership Series - ERM
Risk Management Thought Leadership promotional video from the 17 October 2013 seminar hosted by BFL CANADA, featuring Michael Yip, National Practice Leader - Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) with BFL CANADA. Video concept by Anacrusis Productions Ltd. & video production provided by Ron Sangha Productions LTD.
University of Malta MSc Sustainable Environmental Resources Management
University of Malta MSc Sustainable Environmental Resources Management - MSc Serm Students Recognition - http://www.um.edu.mt/imp/courses/master-of-science-sustainable-enivorment
The emergence of ERM
In an increasingly complex and interconnected economy, emerging risks often go unnoticed until they reach crisis point. This film looks at the evolution of ERM and the need to bring greater risk awareness to the Boardroom.
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Spanish - TTU CASNR - Department of Natural Resources Management
The department encompasses a community of students, educators and researchers learning to face challenges and make wise choices about our environment. Natural resources like clean water, fish, wildlife, and recreational opportunities are always in demand. We make management decisions about these resources by applying ecological principles and knowledge. Our goal is to balance the current needs of people with sustainability or future availability of resources. We offer degree programs at the BS, MS, and PhD levels which prepare students for professional careers in Natural Resources Management.
What are the benefits of participating in the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC)?
We caught up with Keryn James, Chief Executive Officer of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) at the 2018 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC). As the Sustainability Partner of IMARC, Keryn shared the benefits that ERM have seen from participating in Australia’s largest mining event. IMARC returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 28 – 31 October 2019. For more information please visit http://imarcmelbourne.com/ About IMARC The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future. Now in its 6th year, it is Australia’s largest mining event bringing together over 6000 decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from over 90 countries to hear from 350 thought leaders and meet 250 exhibitors over four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking.
Why the mining sector is critical to a low carbon economy – Keryn James ERM
We caught up with Keryn James, Chief Executive Officer of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) at the 2018 International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC). Where she shared her main achievements at ERM in the past 18 months since being appointed CEO. Keryn also shared insights into the main changes she has observed over the past two decades, and the differences between projects in developed and developing nations before discussing why the mining sector is critical to a low carbon economy. IMARC returns to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from 28 – 31 October 2019. For more information please visit http://imarcmelbourne.com/ About IMARC The International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future. Now in its 6th year, it is Australia’s largest mining event bringing together over 6000 decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from over 90 countries to hear from 350 thought leaders and meet 250 exhibitors over four days of learning, deal-making and unparalleled networking.
Mr. Rupam Raja (Environmental Resources Management) speaks at FIIB Sustainability Summit 2014
Mr. Rupam Raja, Partner, Environmental Resources Management, speaks on Implementing Sustainability from Board Room to Shop Floor at FIIB Sustainability Summit 2014
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Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) presented by NACD and McGladrey - BoardVision
NACD's Steve Kalan and McGladrey's John Brackett discuss Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), the differences between risk oversight and risk management, and how board directors help to identify and monitor risks throughout the organization. Watch more BoardVision videos at http://www.nacdonline.org/boardvision The National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) https://www.nacdonline.org is the recognized authority focused on advancing exemplary board leadership and establishing leading boardroom practices. Informed by more than 35 years of experience, NACD delivers insights and resources that more than 14,000 corporate director members from the public, private and non-profit sectors rely upon to make sound strategic decisions and confidently confront complex business challenges. NACD provides world-class director education programs, national peer exchange forums, and proprietary research to promote director professionalism, ultimately enhancing the economic sustainability of the enterprise and bolstering stakeholder confidence. Fostering collaboration among directors, investors, and governance stakeholders, NACD is shaping the future of board leadership. Visit NACD online at https://www.nacdonline.org More BoardVision episodes: http://www.nacdonline.org/boardvision LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/83473 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NACD
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Chemical Speciation and Bioaccessibility of Chromium in Contaminated Glasgow Soils
by Professor John Farmer Professor Emeritus and Senior Honorary Professorial Fellow, University of Edinburgh, (Andrew Broadway, Environmental Resources Management (ERM) and Fiona Fordyce BGS) Presented at : CUSP2014 The Geoscience Context for Europe’s Urban Sustainability: Lessons from Glasgow and beyond 29–30 May 2014 at Glasgow Science Centre Organised by : Clyde Urban Super Project (CUSP) and 'Sub-Urban' COST Action (TU1026) (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)
TEDxVillanovaU - Alyssa Fischer - A Framework for Change: Scope of Corporate Sustainability
Alyssa Fischer and Wairimu Mwangi are developing a framework for the quantification of social and economic impacts of various projects with regard to their sustainability. In this talk, they discuss the necessity for a metric such as this one and the grander concepts behind our research. Alyssa Fischer is a Masters student of Sustainable Engineering at Villanova University. Upon graduation, she will begin work at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) as a Corporate Sustainability Consultant. Her thesis research focuses on how extensive and efficient public transit systems create more economically, environmentally and socially sustainable cities. She received her BA from Bryn Mawr College in 2010 with a major in Growth and Structure of Cities and a concentration in Sustainable Architecture. Her passions include spreading awareness about climate change, biking, exploring new cities and singing. Wairimu Mwangi is a graduate student in the Sustainable Engineering program at Villanova University. Her research interests include life cycle assessments of power generation systems in the context of social and economic development in Kenya. She received her BS in Chemical Engineering from Villanova. She will be working with ERM in sustainability and international development after graduation. Her hobbies include traveling, cooking and spreading environmental awareness. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Managing risk on the Belt and Road
Global special risks consultancy, Control Risks, is working in Hong Kong with international and Chinese mainland firms to ensure they are “secure, compliant and resilient,” says the company’s Neal Beatty. Client firm Environmental Resources Management (ERM) meanwhile works closely with Control Risks as it aims to solve sustainability challenges on the Belt and Road. Hong Kong is an important centre for such professional services, says ERM’s Piers Touzel. Speakers: Neal Beatty, Partner and General Manager, Control Risks Piers Touzel, Country Manager, China, ERM Related Links: Hong Kong Trade Development Council http://www.hktdc.com HKTDC Belt and Road Portal http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/
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Ms. Sylvia Jagerroos, Environmental Resource Management, Malaysia
Ms. Sylvia Jagerroos is a Malaysian Scientist working for Environmental Resource Management, Malaysia. She gave her plenary talk on Day-1 i.e. March 10th 2016 on title “Conservation of biodiversity during decommissioning of oil and gas facilities”
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Webinar-Sustainable Project Finance: Stakeholder Engagement
From Colombia to Chile to Brazil there are myriad examples of major energy projects across the hemisphere that have been impacted by a series of elements that can effect successful project development and implementation. Indeed, throughout the life cycle of energy investments, “above ground” or non-technical risks such as political, financial, social, and environmental issues emerge that are often just as critical and constitute key success factors for sustainable development and investment. Join us for a webinar presentation featuring William Feragotto, Partner, Environmental Resources Management (ERM). Sustainable financing of projects comprises a wide range of factors and considerations that will be the feature of Mr. Feragotto’s presentation and analysis. How governments, industry, NGO’s and communities engage and interact bears increased attention by companies and policymakers alike.
ISO 14001 Environmental Resource
Leading ISO certification consultancy Global Manager Group presents video for ISO 14001 environmental resource, in this video we provides information about environmental management system documents. For more information visit http://www.globalmanagergroup.com/
The Sunday Shale Show: Guest, Scott Smith, P.E., Environmental Resources Management
The Sunday Shale Show: Guest, Scott Smith, P.E., Environmental Resources Management
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Virginia Tech Environmental Resource Management
Student-made video describing the Environmental Resource Management major at Virginia Tech
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This session will present findings of WRAP's Product Research Forum survey of existing guidance for grocery and home improvement (HI) products. A review was conducted on programmes producing quantification-related product guidance, including: Type III EPD schemes, PCF schemes, water and multi-criteria footprinting schemes, Type I eco-labelling schemes, and various sector initiatives. Areas of proliferation, duplication and key gaps in guidance were identified and will be discussed. The Forum's focus is on grocery and HI products, with priority product groups determined based on sales and impact potential. However, a library of product guidance documents for all HI / grocery products has been developed. Presentation held at the 7th PCF World Summit "From Environmental Footprinting to Implementation: Renewable Energy in the Value Chain" on 17-18 April 2012 in Berlin. For more information on the PCF World Summit including the full programme and the above presentation please visit the PCF World Forum website at http://www.pcf-world-forum.org Visit us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PCFworldforum
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How Business Measures Sustainability - Grace Barrasso, Sandra Odendahl, Greg McNab and David Simpson
Taking a business-like approach, this panel session examines the importance of sustainability measurement and reporting, the rising demand for "How To" techniques, plus the legal obligations and ramifications of sustainability reporting and accountability. Panelists: Grace Barrasso,Senior Consultant, Environmental Resources Management (ERM); David Simpson, MA, Director of InterPraxis Consulting; Sandra Odendahl, Director, Corporate Environmental Affairs, RBC; and Greg McNab, Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP.
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Session 11.b: Corporate Ethics and Sustainability
Ms. Prae Piromya is a creative strategist and part of ERM (Environmental Resources Management), a leading global sustainability consultancy. Ms. Piromya also holds positions as President of the Bangkok Professional Chapter of Net Impact and Director of the Corporate Responsibility & Ethics Association for Thai Enterprise (CREATE). She helped to launch the Sasin Center for Sustainability Management (SCSM) at Sasin Graduate Institute. Her responsibilities included embedding the sustainability mindset in the business school curriculum, providing executive training and advise, and hosting monthly events to promote sustainable business practices.
Pap and Seder: Keystone XL -- The Big Industry Lie - The Ring Of Fire
Environmental Resources Management, Inc. (ERM), the contractor that performed the environmental review for the Keystone XL Pipeline, might be more tied up with big oil than we thought. Ring of Fire co-hosts Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder discuss how obvious it is that the "studies" conducted by ERM are nothing more than falsehoods. Watch Ring of Fire every Sunday at 12pm Eastern/9am Pacific on Free Speech TV! Follow more of our stories at http://www.RingofFireRadio.com Be sociable! Follow us on: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RingofFireRadio Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RingofFireRadio Google+: http://plus.google.com/118415831573195648557
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Activists Shut Down Keystone XL Contractor's DC Office - July 26, 2013 - Walk for Our Grandchildren
On July 26, 2013, 54 activists blockaded the downtown DC offices of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) to protest the firm's role in reviewing the Keystone XL tar sands oil pipeline. ERM was hired to write the State Department's Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. But ERM failed to disclose business ties to TransCanada, the firm building Keystone XL, and over a dozen companies--including Exxon, Shell, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Total and Syncrude--with operating stakes in the Alberta tar sands. ERM is also a member of the American Petroleum Institute, the largest U.S. trade association for the fossil fuel industry. The action was coordinated via 350.org's "Summer Heat" mobilization and the Walk for Our Grandchildren.
Penn State ERM Student Story
One Penn State Environmental Resource Management student decided to accept an invitation to attend an out-of-classroom workshop which landed her an internship at the very site she visited during the workshop - and she's lovin' it! At Penn State, ERM students gain the knowledge and skills to make a difference in our environment.
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Environmental Management and Sustainability
The Master's Degree in Environmental Management and Sustainability of Vic University of and BTC, is a degree with an increasing demand in a society that every day have a bigger committed with the environment respect. It provides the tools to move forward a sustainable model of economic and social development, reaching the highest levels of environmental quality.
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Environmental resources head says he's done nothing wrong
Environmental resources management head says he's done nothing wrong
2018 Australasia Bus Conference - Stehpen Davis - accommodating growth in our cities
Stephen Davis, Principal Partner at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) presents on accommodating growth in our cities and regions and the important role of public transport, to delegates attending the 2018 Australasia Bus Conference.
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2018 Australasia Bus Conference - Stephen Davis - cased studies in integrated transport
Stephen Davis is the Principle Planner at Environmental Resources Management (ERM) and addressed delegates attending the 2018 Australasia Bus Conference, on establishing new bus services in growth area suburbs - cased studies on Edgars Road Epping North (Aurora) and developer led bus services in Rockbank Victoria.
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Thomas Rodengen | School of Resource and Environmental Management | SFU
Thomas Rodengen is a PhD student in Resource and Environmental Management and a teacher at the School of Environmental Science. Rodengen's research is focused on carbon storage and fluxes in Canada's parks as part of a Parks Canada initiative to collect information for potential future climate control solutions.
Data Center Energy Resource Management with Viridity Software's EnergyCenter
Demo Video of Viridity Software's Energy Center Software. Viridity Software is the leader in energy resource management (ERM) software for energy efficient data centers. Within hours of launching Viridity's energy resource management software, actionable data about energy consumption relative to application utilization is available. Specific analysis and action plans are easily derived, assisting you on your way to realizing and quantifying your energy improvements.
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HKND y EMR entregan piezas arqueológicas encontradas en la ruta del Gran Canal
El consorcio chino HKND y la Consultora Environmental Resources Management, ERM, hicieron entrega al Gobierno de Nicaragua unas 15,000 piezas arqueológicas encontradas en la ruta del Gran Canal Interoceánico. Los representantes hicieron entrega de estas piezas al Gobierno de Nicaragua, representado por Laureano Ortega, miembro de la Comisión Nacional del Gran Canal, la Directora del Instituto Nicaragüense de Cultura, INC, Vilma de la Rocha, el Co-Director del INC, Luis Morales Alonso y destacados intelectuales, académicos e investigadores. Los objetos fueron encontrados en la superficie del suelo sin hacer excavaciones; y entre los resultados de la exploración destaca el hallazgo de más de 15,000 artefactos recolectados; 213 sitios precolombinos; 12 sitios de patrimonio viviente, 105 sitios de patrimonio arquitectónico. Detalladamente, se hallaron 14,000 objetos de cerámica precolombina analizados, que datan desde 500 años antes de Cristo, hasta 1,519 d.c. y casi 2,000 objetos de lítica Precolombina, incluyendo obsidiana guatemalteca y hondureña [entre 700 y 1,500 d.c.]. Los arqueólogos encontraron el pavimento de las aceras de lo que en el siglo XX [1940-1960] fue la planta bananera Unit Fruit Company; además de varias botellas de licor vacías, consumidas aparentemente durante esta época.
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Grade 12 Geography: Environment & Resource Management - CGR4M1
This course investigates the complicity and fragility of ecosystems and the pressures human activities place on them. Students will examine ecological processes, the principles of sustainability, and the strategies for resource management, with a focus on the challenges of environmental degradation and resource depletion. Students will use geo-technologies and skills of geographic inquiry to explain and evaluate various approaches to achieving a more sustainable relationship between people and their environment.
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ERM Foundation pro-bono support for environmental initiatives around the world
The ERM Foundation runs a pro-bono program that enables ERM consultants to provide technical support for a wide range of environmental initiatives in their own communities and around the world. This pro-bono program is supported by ERM, the global consultancy. This short video looks at some ERM Foundation projects in Laos, Guatemala, the Dominican Repuplic and Sierra Leone.
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EarthSoft Currents Week 32 2018 Video Newsletter
"ERM has moved aggressively to help clients utilize big data to drive operational performance." ERM is an EarthSoft Business Partner! Read: https://www.erm.com/en/sustainability-report-2018/our-impact/tech-enabled-innovation/ Credit: ERM: Environmental Resources Management @erminsight "Sponge can soak up and release spilled oil hundreds of times" Argonne National Labs is an EarthSoft client! Read: https://goo.gl/GcMRQ5 Credit: NewScientist EQuIS Enterprise Dashboard Workshop - Oct 15-16, Australia! Brisbane, Australia! Learn the skills and techniques for building and customizing EQuIS Enterprise Dashboards. Register: https://goo.gl/qmNJAG $1050 AUD per person Office Hour - Exploring EQuIS 7 - Design EQuIS Enterprise Dashboards! August 16 11am ET Register: https://goo.gl/QjnLTU EQuIS Professional Product Advisory Forum August 24 12-1pm ET Register: https://goo.gl/Gn5FPG EarthSoft is writing an interface for EQuIS Live compatibility with Airmonitor.net Envirologger Gen2 API US EPA Region 3 renewed Software Maintenance Agreement! We appreciate the continued support! Visit: www.epa.gov Antea Group presented at NAEM: Using Data Visualization to Improve Your Balance Sheet. View : https://goo.gl/7jEb73 "Microsoft Sinks Data Center in the Sea to Meet Environmental Goals" Read: https://interestingengineering.com/microsoft-sinks-data-center-in-the-sea-to-meet-environmental-goals New Office Hour Video Now Available What's New in EQuIS Professional 7! View: https://youtu.be/r7sO1BvMrwo Mitch Beard and Taylor Ziolkowski to attend the 2018 Water Data Summit, August 23-24 in Los Angeles, CA. Contact [email protected] to schedule a meeting. Info: https://www.cawaterdatasummit.org/ New Office Hour Video Now Available What's New in EQuIS Collect 7. View: https://youtu.be/aZ6FvroSl2g APTIM renewed Software Maintanence Agreement! Thank you @aptimglobal Visit: http://www.aptim.com/ "Data science dead in 5 years or less" View: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/data-science-dead-5-years-less-justin-b-dickerson-phd-mba-pstat-/ "See how Matrix helped the Region of Waterloo ensure its groundwater supply is sustainably balanced with the needs of the environment, a growing population and climatic changes." Read: https://goo.gl/J5j8ck East Coast EQuIS Open Training Learn the skills and techniques for managing data workflows with EarthSoft’s Environmental Quality Information System (EQuIS) in this EQuIS Open Training. Gain experience working with environmental analytic data, specifically focusing on workflows for importing and reporting data with EQuIS. September 18-20! Register: https://goo.gl/dnw5uJ City of San Bernardino upgraded their EQuIS Portfolio! We appreciate the support @sbcitygov. Visit: https://www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/ EQuIS & ArcGIS Product Advisory Forum September 21st! 12 - 1 pm ET Register: https://goo.gl/WbiQ2c Mid-Atlantic and Government EQuIS User Group at Delaware NREC Sept 21st 10am - 3pm ET Register: https://goo.gl/hVVhtT EarthSoft is hiring! Visit: https://earthsoft.com/jobs-at-earthsoft/ ------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information about upcoming Office Hour sessions click here: https://earthsoft.com/support/office-hours-schedule/ Join our mailing list and know about our upcoming webinars and events first! http://eepurl.com/dilT5L VISIT EarthSoft YouTube Channel for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/earthsoft/videos SUBSCRIBE Get emails for future EarthSoft videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=earthsoft -------------------------------------------------------------------
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ERM Risk Management - Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards
EisnerAmper Third Annual Board of Directors Survey 2012 - Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards Reputational risk such as IT risk, product risk, outsourcing risk, data security and risk management due to fraud are significant concerns. Are your Boards using internal audit to address identified risks and what types of changes are they proposing to the Internal Audit function? EisnerAmper has issued its third annual Board of Directors Survey, Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards, designed to gain insight into the risks that are top of mind in today's boardrooms. More than 190 board members, sourced from both EisnerAmper and NACD Directorship databases, were surveyed with respondents drawn from public and private companies. Sixty-eight percent of the survey group identified themselves as serving on audit committees. Other than financial risk, respondents were asked to identify risks of most concern. 66 percent identified reputational risk as their primary concern. Regulatory & compliance risk was a close second at 59 percent, followed by IT Risk at 54 percent and CEO Succession Planning at 53 percent. For more information, please visit eisneramper.com where you can view the complete report, entitled "Third Annual Board of Directors Survey 2012 - Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards" http://www.eisneramper.com/IT-Risk-Management-0512
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