Below is a list of of events, training sessions, and conferences that ISTC is involved in. Check back here regularly since this list is updated often.
May 17, 2016
, Time: 8 AM to 5 PM
Please join your peers at our full day seminar which looks at solutions to the changing landscape of waste management. You will learn of the latest information concerning waste management issues, including regulatory updates from Region 5 States.
A&WMA-LMSS's conference is designed for everyone in the waste industry with a special emphasis on regulatory matters and how to implement innovative solutions and proven methodologies for working with waste. Prominent leaders from government, industry, law and consulting will provide attendees with information and insights on a wide range of waste topics while attendees will have an opportunity to network and meet with other professionals who share similar interests.
June 1, 2016
- June 3, 2016
Rafain Palace Hotel - Brazil
The conference agenda will focus on the discussion of the role of the thermal conversion technologies in the search for sustainable solutions and security for the Brazilian energy matrix. Please visit the conference website for more information.
September 12, 2016
- September 14, 2016
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
As part of its outreach mission, the Institute for Sustainability, Energy, and Environment (iSEE) hosts a major international conference each fall. We call it the iSEE Congress.
The Congress is an assembly of the leading University of Illinois, national and international scientists from different disciplines. These experts present the latest scientific research on grand world challenges of sustainability, energy generation and conservation, and the environment. Attendees gain understanding about the latest knowledge in these areas -- and the directions for future research, actions and policy frameworks that could contribute to long-term breakthroughs.
Each Congress provides a forum to not only discuss the challenges facing global water availability, but also to highlight an agenda for actionable research. By bringing local, national, and international experts -- from academia, industry, governments, and NGOs -- together for these discussions, iSEE is fostering new research collaborations across disciplines and across continents to solve grand world challenges.
November 1, 2016
Union League Club, 65 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago IL
Since 1987, the Illinois Governor's Sustainability Award has recognized private and public Illinois organizations who have implemented outstanding and innovative sustainable techniques or technologies, demonstrating a commitment to sustaining our environmental, social and economic health.
Governor's Sustainability Award winners are an elite group of committed leaders reducing environmental impact, contributing to the growth of a more sustainable Illinois economy. By prioritizing sustainability throughout their operations, programs, technology, products and company culture, they serve as a model within their industry and community.
Each year, the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center honors Illinois Governor Sustainability Award winners at an Awards Ceremony in the fall. Organizations that attend the Award Ceremony have an opportunity to interface and network directly with leading sustainable organizations, speakers and keynotes and learn more about how organizations throughout Illinois are implementing sustainability.
On September 17, 2015, a Green Lunchroom Challenge Kickoff Workshop and Training was held at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center in Champaign, IL. This session provided an overview of the Green Lunchroom Challenge, presentations on relevant tools and programs, and a group discussion of barriers and opportunities related to food waste prevention and reduction in K-12 schools. A free school food service training session was also presented by Greg Christian, Founder and CEO of Beyond Green Partners, a food service and consulting company focused on nutritional and environmental impacts of school food.
The presentations and training were videotaped to enable schools unable to attend, or which learned of the Challenge after the kickoff, to benefit from the information shared. Videos and PDF versions of the presenter's slides are available. Also, a summary of the group discussion focused on barriers and opportunities to prevent and reduce food waste in K-12 schools is provided. Our goal is to help schools fight food waste while providing nutritious meals and meeting legislative requirements; your input helps us ensure we're providing the necessary support and assistance.