Making Intelligent Decisions and Mapping Environmental Sustainability


Making Intelligent Decisions and Mapping Environmental Sustainability

25 September 2014

With ever increasing urbanization comes the challenge of analyzing environmental impact and managing it in a sustainable way. Many of the cities across Asia are struggling with urban sprawl. As they mature, and as data becomes more available, it becomes critical to consider being more predictive in planning, decisive in actions, and frugal with resources. This event was aimed at providing some of the highlights of more than 20 years of experience working with both local and federal governments, mining companies, and other organizations that consider the environment as a central theme in their operations—whether as legislators controlling the footprint and establishing strategies, or operators responding to these considerations.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
25 Sep 2014 Presentation Environmental Data Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Traditionally, environmental monitoring was often reactionary as regulatory agencies defined monitoring requirements and associated compliance limits. ...
Jaime Gerrard


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