Who should attend
- Government officials
- Directors of regional offices responsible for the environmental sector
- Private sector professionals
- Consultants in the environmental sector
- Executives whose work affects the environment
- Academics and researchers
About the course
Globally, policy makers and professionals are challenged with minimising the impact of consumption and industry on the environment. In Israel, where land, water, energy and other natural resources are either limited or non-existent, environmental research is not a luxury - it is a matter of survival. This course aims to share the solutions to waste treatment, energy, air and water quality that have been successfully adapted over the years. They seek to maximise socio-economic potential while preventing consequences that threaten the integrity of the environment and its resources and are harmful to our health.
- Definition of Ecological Problems
- International Environmental Legislation and Agreements
- Solution to Ecological Problems: Technologies and Approaches
- Solid Waste: Recycling, Incineration, Pyrolysis, Fermentation
- Waste Water Treatment Technologies: Intensive & Extensive
- Air Pollution: Scrubbers and Filters
- Environmental Impact on Health
- Climate Changes and Governmental Action
- Sustainable Energy Technologies: Solar, Wind, Biomass
- Environmental Leadership and Communal Action
PhD. Chemical Engineering, University of New York M.S. Operation Research, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) B.S. Management and Industrial Engineering, Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) Ofer Dressler is the Director General of the Haifa Municipal Association for the Protection...
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