Dates: July 19-22, 2022
Meets: Tu, W, Th and F from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Location: UT Arlington TBA
Mario Olmos works as an R&D consulting scientist and environmental specialist. He has worked as a field researcher, manager of endangered species program and director of sustainable management programs for several conservation organizations such as The Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Birdlife International, and Nature Conservancy.
His passion for sustainability and conservation lead him to develop new programs for the sustainable management of natural resources, allowing industrial development, environmental conservation and socio-economical benefits in small communities of Latin America.
He is an active member of Costa Rican Ornithological Society (Founding Member), American Ornithologist Union, Association of Field Ornithologist, Integrated Nutritional Society, and The Society for Integrated and Comparative Biology.
This course is an exploration of sustainability in industry and government today, and trends for sustainability into the future. Students will be required to perform sustainability analysis with real life example situations, discuss how to set sustainability goals for organizations, and will study the methods and tools used to analyze the sustainability performance of private and public organizations.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Full Fee||$ 895.00|
UT Arlington TBA
Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWF)
140 W. Mitchell Street, Arlington, Texas 76019
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