UC Irvine Extension Offers Climate-Sustainability Course
The University of California, Irvine Extension announced a new elective course in the Certificate Programs in Environment Management and Sustainability Leadership. The course, "Climate Protection and Environmental Sustainability," will begin Jan. 23 and running through Feb. 7 at the UCI Learning Center in Orange.
"Climate protection and environmental sustainability require a systems engineering approach to develop and implement a strategic plan for their respective practices," said course instructor Judy Yorke, B.S., PE, CPP. "In this course, students will explore the forces driving sustainability change, the application of sustainable practices, and they will be guided through an analysis that will help them develop a vision and plan for implementation."
Course instructor Yorke is the founder and president of Yorke Engineering, LLC and has extensive air quality and environmental regulatory compliance experience with industry and government. Yorke is a recognized expert in federal, state, and local air pollution control laws.
For more information, visit www.extension.uci.edu.