Shale Gas Development Impacts on Biodiversity: A Workshop for Professionals – Olivebridge, NY, June 14
Title: Shale Gas Development Impacts on Biodiversity: A Workshop for Professionals
Location: Ashokan Center, Olivebridge, NY
Date/Time: June 14, 2013 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Description: This is a workshop for professionals involved with siting, assessment, regulation, research, and monitoring of shale gas development and high-volume horizontal hydraulic fracturing, including consultants, researchers, college and graduate students, university and high school faculty, environmental professionals, agency regulators, policy-makers, preserve and park managers, ecological restorationists, and others. A full description is available at: http://hudsonia.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/shale-gas-workshop-2013.pdf.
Participation is limited and by application only, to ensure that the workshop is offered to conservationists, managers, regulators, policy-makers, and other professionals who can make the best use of the information (and to help us tailor the workshop to your interests). An application form is available with the announcement.
Fee is $275 per person. Fee includes lunch and other refreshments, course materials (reprints and handouts), and a certificate of participation. Contact Erik Kiviat with any questions.