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"Fostering visionary, spirited and thoughtful leadership toward a just and sustainable future"
The objective of the Environmental Leadership Academy is to heighten awareness and engage individuals in critical thinking around environmental issues affecting our quality of life; such as climate change, air and water quality, land use change, endangered species, energy, and waste.
Learn to lead others in a better understanding of the complexities of serious environmental issues that touch on all areas of life. Upon completion you will recognize the need for developing sensible and farsighted policies to make Southern California region a national model for balancing long-term sustainability with economic vitality and environmental stewardship.
Through field demonstrations, hiking, interactive group discussions, expert panels, and focused lectures by experienced subject-matter-experts participants learn about a variety of environmental topics.
Includes city planners, business environmental managers, city managers, architects, EDC members, conservation agencies, chamber of commerce leaders, water agencies, sustainability leaders, nonprofits and military.
Ethics, Economics and History, Adaptation and Sustainability, Environmental Law and
Regulation, Geology, Water, Santa Ana Watershed, Renewable Energy, Reliability, Transmission
and Siting, Climate Change, Environmental Culture and Philanthropy, Open Space Planning,
National Park System, Biodiversity, Ecosystem Management and Restoration, Conservation
Planning and Ecology, Air Quality, Waste Management, Urban Farming, Redevelopment
and Land use planning, and Sustainable Communities. Topics are subject to change.
The total cost of the program is $650*. A discounted rate of $550 will be provided
to nonprofit and government agencies as well as veterans. CSUSM students will be provided
a discounted rate of $345 plus one unit of credit in BIOL 486/596 (optional).
|Fall 2018: October 23 - 26||Various locations|
|Fall 2019: October 21 - 25||Various locations|
For inquiries regarding the Enviromental Leadership Academy, please continue to check this page for updates or contact Virginia Montoya at firstname.lastname@example.org or (760) 750-8745.
The ELA Certificate program is sponsored by our Environmental Leadership Institute Board Advisors which include the following: