This course is designed for engineers aiming to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in diverse applications. It explores net zero principles in energy, waste, and water management, providing practical examples and empowering engineers to contribute to global climate change mitigation efforts.
In this course, engineers will gain a comprehensive understanding of the global initiative to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions, a critical strategy in combating climate change. Covering a wide array of applications, including buildings, facilities, and industrial processes, the course delves into the intricate principles of net zero balance calculations.
Participants will explore practical examples that illuminate the application of these principles in real-world scenarios, ensuring a deep understanding of net zero concepts in energy, waste, and water management. By mastering these fundamental skills, engineers will be well-equipped to contribute meaningfully to the global effort in curbing environmental impact and promoting sustainable practices.
Author: Mark N. Ludwigson, PE, PMP
Course Number: 505
Course Hours: 3 PDH