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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Enviro-Events Calendar for June 9, 2015

Environmental seminars, forums, education, networking and social opportunities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York & Delaware 

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June 9, 2015
Remediation, Mitigation, Redevelopment & Land Use-
How It All Comes Together!
8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Montclair State University
Co-sponsored by CIANJ 
30 Normal Avenue
Montclair, NJ
In many cases, a responsible party, LSRPs and others must address contamination and ecological concerns when working in environmentally sensitive areas such as wetlands, coastal zones, stream banks, or flood plains. This half-day workshop, which includes a networking lunch directly after the program, focuses on what you need to know when remediating sites on or near these sensitive areas and what the land use implications will be when redeveloping properties. Experts and leaders in their field, including representatives from US Fish & Wildlife Services, USEPA, US Army Corps of Engineers, NJDEP, and others will share their insights and experience with you and will provide you with an insider’s view of how these programs work together.
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June 11, 2015
Pennsylvania Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee

Public hearing to consider issues directly affecting Pennsylvania's anthracite coal industry and coal-refuse fired alternative energy plants

11 a.m.
2nd floor, Pottsville City 
Hall, 401 N. Centre St.
Pottsville, PA 

June 12, 2015
The New Jersey PACE Summit Resiliency  Clean Energy ● Jobs
8 a.m. - Noon 
Continental ​Breakfast 

Refreshments and Networking after Noon

Frick Laboratory Auditorium
Princeton University Park in Lot 21, Faculty Road
Seating is limited, with more than 190 people already confirmed 
New Jersey is on the verge of ​catalyzing billions of dollars of private investment into energy efficiency, renewable energy and storm resiliency on private property in New Jersey through PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy). ​Since the state's PACE amending legislation, A2579/S1510, is headed to the Senate for a vote, we feel it’s timely to convene senior leaders across the public, private and nonprofit sectors to discuss its potential impact on resiliency, clean energy, and jobs in New Jersey. Whether you are a ​Business Owner, Mayor, CEO, ​CFO, Executive Director, Sustainability Officer, Architect, Engineer,​ Builder, ​Developer, ​property ​owner, ​​economic ​or community 
development ​O​officer, ​policy/planning director, Green Team Leader,​ f​financier, a​attorney or anyone involved in ​upgrading NJ communities — ​you need to know how you and your organization can benefit from ​PACE, a breakthrough in financing ​sustainable and resilient improvements to the built environment.  The ​impact​ of PACE ​will be substantial. In the U.S., buildings alone consume over 40 percent of the energy we use, and roughly 75 percent of all electricity. A 2012 study by the Rockefeller Foundation and DB Climate Change Advisors sees an investment opportunity of nearly $280 billion over the next 10 years that would translate to more than $1 trillion in energy savings, over 3 million jobs, and 600 million fewer metric tons of carbon emissions per year — and that’s just in energy efficiency. PACE financing also includes storm resiliency, water conservation and renewable energy improvements, especially important in commercial, industrial, institutional, mixed-use and multifamily properties. In a few short years since its inception, ​PACE ​programs in states like Connecticut, California​ and​ Florida have ​attracted hundreds of millions of dollars of private investment ​in ​clean energy and resiliency​. 
Our distinguished speakers include: Former Governor James Florio, State Senator Bob Smith, Assemblyman Raj Mukherji,NJ Board of Public Utilities Commissioner Upendra Chivukula, PACENow (National) Executive Director David Gabrielson,Connecticut Energy Finance Authority Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer Bert Hunter,New York Energy Improvement Corporation former Chairman of the Board Andrew Chintz,Simon Property Group Vice President Energy Services and Sustainable Practices Ed Sayers ,New Jersey Builders Association and Hoboken Brownstone President George Vallone,Voorhees Deputy Mayor Mario DiNatale,PACE-Equity LLC Partner and Chief Investment Officer, Board of NW Ohio Advance Energy Improvement Corporation Chairperson Kevin Moyer,MSL Group, Inc. President Michael Licamele — and other New Jersey thought leaders and out-of-state leaders who have implemented PACE program in their own state. 

June 12, 2015
Two States: One Bay

A bi-state conversation about the future of the Raritan Bay
7th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference and Awards Ceremony
Douglass Student Center
100 George Street

New Brunswick, NJ
The theme for this year’s conference focuses on the challenges and opportunities facing the bi-state waters of the Raritan Bay. The Sustainable Raritan River Initiative is collaborating with the New York—New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program to develop a day-long series of panels and a hands-on working lunch to identify important Raritan Bay issues and the possibilities for aligning Raritan Bay water quality, habitat restoration, coastal resilience, fishery and shellfish management, and public access goals, objectives and priority actions for stakeholders in both New York and New Jersey.
These workshops and sessions will bring together more than 200 municipal and county officials, state and federal representatives, environmental commissioners, non-profit advocates, business leaders, civic-minded residents, and scientists, engineering and design professionals of the Raritan River Basin and Bay communities. Continuing education credits are being requested for: licensed landscape architects; professional engineers; professional planners; certified floodplain managers; and public works managers. At this event we will also present the 2015 Sustainable Raritan Awards – our annual awards for outstanding achievement in efforts to revitalize our region, restore and protect our resources, and promote our area as a premiere place to live, work and raise a family. The event is produced by the Sustainable Raritan River Initiative and the New York-New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program. Visit for more information and to register!

June 16, 2015
NJ Sustainable Business Initiative (SBI) Meeting 
9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
NJDEP building in Trenton, NJ.
Introduction of  a new tool developed for the NJ Clean Energy Program. For more information, contact at (609) 777-4211

June 16, 2015
GIS for Environmental Professionals:
New Training Course Using GIS Desktop Software8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Montclair State University
30 Normal Avenue
Montclair, NJ
This full day interactive workshop is designed to provide environmental professionals with the awareness of the power of GIS and an understanding of GIS-related works. At the conclusion of the program, participants will have a working knowledge of what type of data can be obtained from publicly available sources, what can and needs to be done when maps are required to be created, how to supply metadata and why it’s important.
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June 17, 2015
PADEP Regional Keystone Energy Education Program Workshop
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Ferguson Township Elementary School
215 West Pine St. 
Pine Grove Mills, Centre County The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) invites middle school teachers, administrators, and building managers  training workshop on the Keystone Energy Education Program (KEEP) to teach and track energy efficiency in school buildings and homes. The workshop is offered free of charge. Pre-registration is required. KEEP is primarily for teachers of grades 4 through 8, administrators, and building maintenance managers. Workshop participants will explore energy conservation, efficiency, energy basics, student energy teams, and benchmarking the school building using the free Energy Star Portfolio Manager program through presentations, tours, and hands-on activities. Space is limited, so registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register by online by visiting DEP’s website and clicking on the KEEP Workshop button.

June 23, 2015

Golf Outing
Mountain View Golf Course
850 Bear Tavern Road
Ewing, New Jersey 08628
11:30 a.m. - Registration
Noon - Luncheon
1 p.m. - Shotgun Start
Four- Person Scramble
For Sponsorships, Prize donations and registrations:
Contact ANJR at (908-922-7575) or 

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October 23, 2015
Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks
Montclair State University
Montclair, New Jersey
CEC Credits Available!The NJDEP requires professionals who work on USTs to be trained, certified/re-certified every three (3) years. This NJDEP approved course fulfills the NJDEP course requirements for regulatory training and must be taken within one year prior to renewal. Professional engineers and plumbing contractors, exempt from the certification examination, must attend the course within one year of certification. To register or for more information, please visit:

November 12, 2015
PlanSmart NJ 47th Annual Dinner
5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village

201 Village Boulevard

New Jersey08540

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