National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Sustainability Track 

Symposium Speakers
Acquisition Track
Adak Field Season Track
Clean Up Track
Climate Change Track
Compliance Track
Emerging Contaminants Track
Energy Track
Environmental Program Management Track
Green Procurement Track
Green Remediation Track
International Track
Pollution Prevention Track
Range Management Track
Range Sustainment Track
Risk Track
Sustainability Track
Water Track

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The following sessions will be presented under the Sustainability Tracks. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the abstract submitted.

Monday, May 4, 2009
Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability

7719 - Advancing Military Systems Toward Sustainability Through Innovative Environmental Assessment; Mr. Oral Saulters, Center for Hazardous Substance Research

7920 - Green Deconstruction: How Far Can You Go?; Dr. Heidi Brothers, Weston Solutions, Inc.

7954 - Creating Culture Change for Sustainability; Ms. Beth Martin, U.S. Army

Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability
7969 - Update on Federal Sustainable Practices Policy; Ms. Dana Arnold, Office of the Federal Environmental Executive

8039 - DoD Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management Implementation; Mr. Dave Asiello, DUSD(I&E)

8204 - The Pursuit of Federal Sustainability; Mr. Matthew Gray, U.S. Department of Energy

8155 - The Conditions That Will Shape Sustainable Infrastructure; Mr. Aaron Schulman, Toffler Associates

8144 - EMS Tool to Manage LEED EB:O&M and Federal Sustainable Building Criteria; Ms. Joni Teter Esq., U.S. EPA Region 8

7801 - Transforming the National Defense Stockpile to Meet 21st Century Requirements; Mr. Cornel Holder, Defense Logistics Agency

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability 1
8148 - National Naval Medical Center First "Green Restaurant Certified" DoD Facilty; Mr. Ramesh Mehta, NAVFAC Washington

8137 - Coast Guard Modernization - Fast-Tracked NEPA Compliance; Mr. John King, EMPSi Environmental Management and Planning

8197 - Environmental Stewardship for Fence Construction Along the Southwestern Border of the U.S.; Mr. David Guzewich, LMI

8224 - The Army’s Carbon Bootprint; Mr. Paul Josephson, U.S. Army Environmental Command

8060 - Beyond; Mr. Steven Kenney, Toffler Associates

8216 - Managing Resources: A Regional Approach to Military and Community Sustainment Partnerships; Ms. Sherrill Gardner, Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability 2
8088 - Creating Sustainable Army Installations; U.S. Army Environmental Command

Thursday, May 7, 2009
Morning Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability
7979 - MEDCOM Sustainability Initiatives - Past, Present & Future; Ms. Linda Baetz, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive

8015 - Sustainable Stormwater Management for Compliance with the Energy Act of 2007; Mr. Steven Roy, Geosyntec Consultants

8034 - Enduring Partnerships in Support of Regional Sustainability: The Sustainable Sandhills Model; Ms. Heather Brown, Concurrent Technologies Corporation

7986 - A Decision Support Calculator for Yellowstone National Park’s Sustainability Initiative; Mr. Kevin Caravati, Georgia Tech Research Institute

7987 - Greening Yellowstone: Current Efforts of Yellowstone National Park’s Environmental Program; Mr. Jim Evanoff, Yellowstone National Park

8014 - NASA/GSFC: A Case of State Driven GHG Inventory Development & Serendipity; Ms. Kathleen Moxley, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability 1
8008 - A Review of The Air Force Inaugural Sustainability Report; Lt Col Wade Weisman, United States Air Force

8203 - Streamlining the EMS Process for Federal Installations; Ms. Sarah Van Middlesworth, AECOM Environment

8016 - Building Institutions for Regional Sustainability; Ms. Elizabeth Keysar, Concurrent Technology Corporation

8027 - LID Implementation at Naval Facilities: Opportunities and Constraints; Mr. Khoi Nguyen, Naval Facility Engineering Command

8102 - Sustainability: Asking Everyone To Plan For The Future; Mr. Randall Bright, Anniston Army Depot

8105 - Sustained Environmental Performance: Leveraging EMS and NEPA Adaptive Management; Mr. Chris Fafard, Potomac Hudson Engineering, Inc.

Afternoon Concurrent Sessions - Sustainability 2
7816 - Nanotechnology applications in Environment, Energy and Sustainability; Dr. Alan Rae, NanoDynamics, Inc.

8115 - Wetlands Mitigation Banking: Achieving Tomorrows Requirements with Today’s Dollars; Mr. R. Harold Jones, AH Environmental Consultants, Inc.

8051 - Integrating LEED concepts and EMS into Air Force Performance Measures; Major Wade Rawlins, United States Air Force/HQ AF/A7CAQ

7882 - EMSWeb - A Navy online tool to aid in the implementation and management of EMS systems in conformance with ISO 14001; Mr. Eugene Wang, NAVFAC Engineering Service Center

8133 - Sustainable Remediation and Environmental Management at the Denver Federal Center; Dr. Erik Petrovskis, Geosyntec Consultants

8036 - Cultural Resources Issues Are Environmental Issues; Dr. Ramie Gougeon, Panamerican Consultants, Inc.

Countdown to E2S2 2013!

Pre-Registration closes 5pm EST May 31, 2013

Symposium Dates - June 10-13, 2013

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