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3 one-day classes at SSU: climate change, green jobs, sustainable communities strategies

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  • Hilary Nixon
    Here in California, climate change, green jobs and sustainable community strategies are all hot topics. Especially for public and private sector planners,
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 24, 2011
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      Here in California, climate change, green jobs and sustainable
      community strategies are all hot topics. Especially for public and
      private sector planners, architects, engineers, and administrators -
      as well as job seekers for the above.

      Three upcoming classes taught through Sonoma State’s Extended
      Education and Environmental Studies/ Planning programs that are geared
      for these tough times. Each is an individual class with no requirement
      to take more than one:
      · Sat, Feb 3 Preparing Climate Action Plans (guest
      lecturer: Tammy Seale, co-author "Local Climate Action Planning",
      Island Press)
      · Sat, March 3 Sustainable Development: Economic, Equity & Resiliency
      · Sat, April 7 Fund/Implement Sustainable Community Strategies

      The above classes get down to the nuts and bolts of actually funding
      and implementing sustainable community strategies in Northern
      California – and all are approved for American Institute of Certified
      Planners CM credits.
      Registration for all classes is done through the School of Extended
      Education – and may be completed in-person, by mail, by phone at
      707/664-2394, by fax at 707/664-2613, or online. Forms and
      instructions are available in the winter 2012 semester's course
      catalog, online, or by calling the Extended Education Office at
      707/664-2394.

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      Hilary Nixon, Ph.D.
      Associate Professor
      Associate Chair and Graduate Advisor
      Department of Urban & Regional Planning
      One Washington Square (WSQ 218A)
      San Jose State University
      San Jose, CA  95192-0185
      408.924.5852
      408.924.5872 (fax)
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