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Leading Green
Training for Environmental Leadership in New Jersey Cities and Developed Communities
Saturday September 13, Newark

35th Annual Environmental Congress
Friday October 3, West Windsor



Leading Green
Training for Environmental Leadership in New Jersey Cities and Developed Communities
Saturday September 13, Newark

This four-session comprehensive course will provide participants with the tools needed to be effective environmental leaders in their communities. The goals include to

  • Strengthen the leadership capacity of urban environmental commissioners as well as civic leaders in cities that do not have environmental commissions;
  • Offer environmentalists opportunities for personal growth, networking, and arm them with timely and relevant information;
  • Provide four major sessions on air, land, water, and sustainability;
  • Give each participant resource materials, ANJEC publications and technical assistance from ANJEC staff
For questions, please email info@anjec.org or call
973-539-7547.

Funding is provided by generous grants from
The Fund for New Jersey &
The Schumann Fund for New Jersey


Save Friday, October 3rd for the
35th Annual

Environmental Congress
Advance to Green
Strategies for Sustainable Communities
9 am to 4 pm
Mercer County Community College, West Windsor

Keynote Speaker:
NJDEP Commissioner Lisa Jackson

Featured Speaker: David Gershon,
author of Low Carbon Diet: A 30-Day Program to Lose 5000 Pounds

Workshop sessions

  • Open space and the ratables chase
  • Wastewater Plans
  • Recycling
  • Educating the next generation
  • Green Transportation
  • Green Jobs
  • New NJ Council of Affordable Housing (COAH) rules
  • The NJ Energy Master Plan
  • David Gershon on empowering your community to go on low carbon diet

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