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The Infrastructure Sustainability Learning Model: Building Capacity for the Next Generation of Sustainable Infrastructure
Virtually attend this conference (7-8:30 a.m. ET) that will explore innovative approaches to build capacity for sustainable infrastructure. Guest speakers in atteincluding Nicholas Institute experts Elizabeth Losos and Sara Mason, will present the Infrastructure Sustainability LEarning (ISLE) model as a capacity building approach for sundance,stainable infrastructure.
Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) 2023 Annual Workshop
Research and policy workshop on energy access, climate policy, and economic development in the Global South. Organized by the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI), an international network that includes experts from the James E. Rogers Energy Access Project (EAP) at Duke.
Infrastructure for Good Livestream
Join us virtually on June 20 live from The Rainbow Room in New York City, where Deloitte, Economist Impact, and Duke University will be sharing findings from Infrastructure for Good, a groundbreaking research initiative that examines infrastructure ecosystems in 30 countries. Featured speakers include Jerome Lynch (Vinik Dean of Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering) and Elizabeth Losos (Executive in Residence, Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability).
Webinar Series: Overcoming Permitting Barriers to Unlock Coastal Resilience
Register for the latest webinar in this coastal resilience series presented by Restore America's Estuaries and co-hosed by the Nicholas Institute. Experts will discuss permitting processes that present formidable "green tape" barriers to recent legislative and executive actions unlocking historic funding for improving coastal resilience. Among featured experts will be Rachel Karasik from the Nicholas Institute.
Energy Data Analytics Symposium: Accelerating Sustainability in the AI Era
The mission of this symposium is to explore the question: How can data science tools, including artificial intelligence, help us make energy systems more accessible, affordable, reliable, and environmentally sustainable? This single-track event will explore leading approaches addressing this question, highlighting the work of established experts and energy professionals as well as emerging scholars in the field.
In particular, the symposium will examine how data science and machine learning are driving innovation in these areas: