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January, 2023

Monday
9
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The Problems Created by Gypsum Wallboard Waste for Landfills and C&D Processors
Presenter: Rick Watson, Delaware Solid Waste Authority

- The Problems Created by Gypsum Wallboard Waste for Waste-to-Energy Facilities
Presenter: Mark VanWeelden, Covanta

- Recycling Gypsum Wallboard in the Northeast
Presenter: Terry Weaver, USA Gypsum

- Gypsum Wallboard Recycling in the Northwest, Canada, and Europe
Presenter: Michael McCamley, New West Gypsum Recycling
Tuesday
10
Tuesday
10
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A NH Healthcare Worker for Climate Change webinar.
Thursday
12
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Climate change poses a significant risk to cardiovascular health. Ppoor air quality due to particle pollution or extreme heat can increase the risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack and stroke, particularly in people already at risk for these conditions. The Million Hearts® Climate Change and Cardiovascular Disease Collaborative (CCC), in partnership with the HHS Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE), the CDC National Center for Environmental Health and the Environmental Protection Agency, is a national forum for health professionals and organizations looking to deepen their knowledge about the cardiovascular health threats like air pollution and extreme heat events present, offer evidence-based interventions to address those threats (especially for high-risk populations) and provide opportunities to test and refine relevant solutions and tools.
Thursday
12
Friday
13
Virtual-TBD
11:00 AM
Wednesday
18
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Sponsored by the MGH Institute of Health Professions. Housing is key to both climate mitigation and adaptation, but designing optimal interventions is challenging given the need to consider carbon emissions, indoor air, thermal comfort, energy bills, and more. These issues are particularly challenging for low-income households, where energy insecurity can pose considerable challenges and access to air conditioning and adequate ventilation are more limited. This presentation will give an overview of the multiple connections between housing and climate change, considering exposure disparities and complex tradeoffs that occur in a warming climate.
Monday
23
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On December 2nd 2022, Clean Production Action released the 6th Chemical Footprint Project (CFP) Survey report. Join the webinar to learn:
•CFP 6th Annual Report: key findings and next steps
•Chemical footprint reduction goals: value of setting quantitative chemical footprint reduction goals
•Chemical footprint transparency: what investors want to see from companies around chemical footprint transparency
•CFP Survey: how companies and investors utilize the Survey
•Next Steps: participants share plans for moving forward
Tuesday
24
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Better Buildings partners discuss how ISO certification drove leadership to develop an organization-wide approach to energy data collection and efficiency improvements across multiple facilities.
Tuesday
24
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Hosted by North American Hazardous Materials Management Association.