Sustainable Infrastructure: Design & Engineering
Infrastructure refers to the broad set of systems that support our daily lives — from accessing reliable energy to accessing reliable communication; managing natural spaces to managing waste; moving people and goods to moving water — all of these systems support our society’s progress.

What Will I Learn:

The course focuses on every aspect of infrastructure including best practices in building materials, energy, water management, waste management, stakeholder engagement and restorative design. You will learn the concepts, applications, and best engineering practices to create sustainable, climate resilient infrastructure solutions that enhance the social, environmental, and economic well-being of the communities they serve.

Upcoming Sustainable Infrastructure: Design & Engineering Courses:

March 28-30, 2023

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Admission Requirements: Participants must hold or be completing a degree or diploma from a recognized university or college; hold a relevant certificate in sustainability from a recognized university; or have equivalent professional experience
Dr. Greg Zilberbrant
Program Lead, Circular Economy & Climate Change, McMaster University