Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Classroom has announced its lineup of webinars for the Spring Enviroschool program. The program aims to provide environmental education and training for professionals in various fields.
The Spring Enviroschool webinar series will cover a wide range of topics, including air quality, energy efficiency, water conservation, and more. The webinars are free and open to anyone interested in learning more about environmental issues.
According to EGLE, the program is designed to help professionals stay up-to-date on the latest developments in environmental science and policy. By providing access to experts in the field, the program hopes to promote sustainability and environmental stewardship in Michigan and beyond.
The webinars will be held online throughout the spring, with topics ranging from “Greening Your Business: Understanding Energy Efficiency” to “Climate Change and Public Health.” Each webinar will feature a presentation from a subject matter expert followed by a Q&A session.
In addition to the webinars, the Enviroschool program also offers a variety of in-person training opportunities and resources for environmental professionals. Those interested in participating in the Spring Enviroschool webinar series can find more information and register on the EGLE Classroom website.