Firm Slates Texas GHG Seminars

Trinity Consultants is offering seminars and workshops on greenhouse gas (GHG) seminars in Texas during February.

The 2-hour seminar, which provides an overview of recent climate-related regulatory activities and discusses ways to manage GHG emissions, is planned for Feb. 10 in Corpus Christi, Feb. 12 in Dallas, and Feb. 16 in San Antonio. The fee, which includes lunch, is $20.

The half-day workshop focuses on practical examples of how an organization can evaluate and manage its GHG emissions. Workshops will be held Feb. 25 in Austin and March 25 in Corpus Christi. The fee is $129.

For information, call 972.661.8100 or visit www.trinityconsultants.com/training.

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