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To promote interaction and research among geographers interested in energy and environmental issues, to enhance the contributions of geographers to energy and environmental research and practice, and to assist in developing related educational curricula.

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Anthony Levenda
University of Oklahoma

Field Trip (Tuesday, April 10, 2018) Field Trip to New Orleans Critical Environmental Infrastructure - AAG NOLA 2018

By Drew Lehman posted 04-01-2018 18:15


F1_11 New Orleans' Environmental Infrastructure Tour

Tuesday, April 10, 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Organizers: Drew Lehman (Environment & Education) Capacity: 20a
Cost/person: $25.00
Sponsored by: Energy and Environment Specialty Group

This year at AAG 2018 NOLA, we have a unique opportunity to visit key/critical New Orleans infrastructure (water/wastewater, energy,

air transportation) facilities and operations, and talk with the people who run them. This is a rare chance to see first-hand major sustainable infrastructure projects which make life in New Orleans possible. The field trip (see embedded links) includes visits to the:

Each also represents career opportunities for a wide range of jobs and careers in applied geography - as planners, operators and managers in public and private sector service providers. Meet the professionals who run these operations. Learn first-hand what skills are needed and how geographic skills can be applied to careers in sustainable environmental infrastructure.

Perfect for undergraduate and grad students. Space is limited and the price is low ($25, including lunch)! Register now. Preregistration required since we need to notify facilities in advance.