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Using EPA's P2 Cost & GHG Calculators to Measure Environmental Outcomes
 
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Kathy Davey and Natalie Hummel from U.S. EPA provide an overview of EPA's Pollution Prevention (P2) GHG and Cost Calculators, which are designed to capture GHG reductions and cost savings from energy conservation, green energy, stationary & mobile source fuel reduction/substitutions, water conservation, greener chemical use, and more. The speakers will provide examples and the discuss the latest updates to the calculators. The presentation slides and links are available on the GLRPPR web site at http://www.glrppr.org/meetings/
Using the TRI P2 Data Tool
 
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In this webinar, Daniel Teitelbaum from U.S. EPA's TRI Program shows you how to use the new TRI P2 data tool and discover how this rich data source can help you improve your technical assistance to clients. The webinar was recorded on June 4, 2013. Presentation slides are available at http://hdl.handle.net/2142/44849. In the webinar, the speaker discusses TRI.NET, a downloadable application that allows you to select, sort and filter TRI data. You can combine TRI with other data sources, display your results on a map, and export your results into other applications for further analysis. TRI.NET is available at http://www2.epa.gov/toxics-release-inventory-tri-program/trinet. EPA's TRI P2 web page is available at http://www.epa.gov/tri/p2.
Green Libraries: Getting Started
 
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Do you want to incorporate environmental sustainability into your library operations and your organization but don't know how to begin? Laura Barnes shows you how to develop a sustainability plan and sell it to your colleagues. We discussed employee engagement strategies and some library-specific things you can do to minimize your environmental footprint.
Beyond Energy Efficiency: Behavior Change Tactics for the Pollution Prevention Community
 
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In this webinar, Susan Mazur-Stommen, Director of Behavior and Human Dimensions Program at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), discusses what behavior change research tells us about how people make decisions and what motivates them to make changes. She also examines how pollution prevention technical assistance providers can use that research to influence behavior change and improve implementation rates at the companies they work with. The webinar was recorded on January 17, 2013. Presentation slides are available at http://hdl.handle.net/2142/38393 This webinar is part of the P2Rx Social Media and Behavior Change Webinar Series. Watch other webinars in the series at http://uiuc.libguides.com/social-media-best-practices/webinars
Pollution Prevention Information: What's Out There and Where to Find It
 
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In this webinar, Laura L. Barnes, GLRPPR's Executive Director and a degreed librarian, shares tips for locating, organizing, and filtering pollution prevention information. The webinar was recorded on December 13, 2012. Presentation slides are available at http://hdl.handle.net/2142/35294. Visit the Pollution Prevention 101 LibGuide at http://uiuc.libguides.com/p2.
Introduction to the State Electronics Challenge
 
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Join Lynn Rubinstein from the State Electronics Challenge to learn how your organization can reduce its environmental footprint through improved management of electronic office equipment. Presentation slides and supplemental links are available at http://www.glrppr.org/meetings/#webinars. The State Electronics Challenge is a voluntary national program, open free of charge any state, tribal, regional, or local government agency, as well as any K-12 school or non-profit organization. The SEC promotes environmental stewardship of computers, monitors, and imaging equipment -- from purchasing green office equipment through power management, paper use reduction, and responsible end-of-life management -- resulting in measurable reductions in energy, greenhouse gases, solid and hazardous waste, and associated costs. Watch this introductory webinar to learn how your organization can join the Challenge and benefit from the program's proven free technical assistance, action plan, implementation tools, and environmental benefit calculations.
Do You Want Your Receipt? Reducing Occupational Exposure to BPA and BPS
 
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Are you a cashier? Own a business that uses thermal receipt paper? Manage point-of-sale operations or sustainable purchasing? If so, you may have wondered how to respond to news that thermal receipt papers are often coated with endocrine active chemicals BPA or its chemical cousin, BPS. Whatever your business -- from one-register coffee shops to grocery stores, bookstores, or national retailers -- you can take actions that will make a measurable difference. Madalyn Cioci from the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will help you understand the issue and offer practical steps you can take to reduce exposure to these chemicals. Jolene Parker from Minneapolis' Linden Hills Co-op will describe the challenges faced and successes achieved her business when they changed their receipt handling procedures. The information and case studies presented are the result of a partnership project which tested thermal papers for concentrations of BPA and BPS and measured how much chemical and paper could be eliminated through a variety of actions. For more information about MPCA's BPA in Thermal Paper project, visit http://www.pca.state.mn.us/receipts. For links to the presentation slides, visit http://www.glrppr.org/meetings/#bpa.
E3 in Agriculture -- Montana's Experience
 
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Presentation by Myla Kelly about how the Peaks to Prairies Information Center and the University of Montana Extension cooperated to apply the E3 technical assistance framework to the agricultural sector. Presentation slides and additional information are available at http://www.glrppr.org/meetings/#Webinars.
Illinois Conservation of Resources and Energy (ICORE)
 
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In this webinar, Dan Marsch and Mike Springman of the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center discuss the first year of the ICORE project, which was funded by U.S. EPA. The program incorporates ISTC's ADOP2T technical assistance model and Economy, Energy, and Environment (E3) principles. The video was recorded on July 19, 2012. Slides for the presentation are available at http://hdl.handle.net/2142/33744. The webinar was hosted by the Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable.