World Calendar of Events
|Conference: 2nd Wageningen Conference on Soil Science
Date: August 23-27
Location: Wageningen, Netherlands
Purpose: The conference will address the importance of soil science global issues.
|Conference: Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals (AHMP) 2015 National Conference
Date: August 30- September 2
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Purpose: The purpose of the conference is to address key topics on effectively managing hazardous materials and mitigating risk.
|Conference: Brownfields 2015
Date: September 2-4
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Purpose: The National Brownfields Training Conference is EPA’s premier event for promoting public-private partnerships to stimulate community revitalization and sustainable brownfields redevelopment.
|Conference: EnviroInfo and ICT for Sustainability
Date: September 7-9
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Purpose: The conference will contribute to international, national, and regional research and cooperation and help develop the knowledge base for Europe's 7th Environmental Action Programme, as well as the transition towards sustainable development.
|Conference: RAMIRAN 2015: 16th International Conference on Rural-Urban Symbiosis
Date: September 8-10
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Purpose: RAMIRAN 2015 is focusing on closing the loop linking rural production and urban consumption systems and on the development of more sustainable solutions for the handling of residues.
|Conference: Waste360 Recycling Summit
Date: September 9-11
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Purpose: The 2015 Waste360 Recycling Summit will be a two-day event featuring panel discussions, in-depth topic sessions, professional networking opportunities, and exhibits.
|Conference: Clean Up 2015: 6th International Contaminated Site Remediation Conference
Date: September 13-16
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Purpose: The conference will provide an international forum to discuss all aspects of contaminated site assessment, management, and remediation.
|Conference: Resource Efficiency and Waste Management Solutions Exhibition
Date: September 15-17
Location: Birmingham, England
Purpose: RWM 2015 is one of the world's most comprehensive fairs for practical solutions to problems in all fields of waste disposal and environment technology.
|Conference: 24th Annual National Compost Conference: Feed the Soil
Date: September 22-24
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Purpose: The conference is co-sponsored by the Compost Council of Canada and the Compost Quality Alliance.
|Conference: 2015 International Conference on Sustainable Development
Date: September 24-25
Location: New York, New York
Purpose: Hosted by Columbia University, the 2015 International Conference on Sustainable Development will be held on the theme 'Implementing the SDGs: Getting Started'
|Conference: LCA XV
Date: October 6-8
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Purpose: This is North America’s largest conference on life cycle assessment in 2015.
|Conference: World Resources Forum 2015
Date: October 11-15
Location: Davos, Switzerland
Purpose: The overall 2015 forum theme is "Boosting Resource Productivity by adopting the Circular Economy".
|Conference: World Efficiency Show and Congress (PDF)
Date: October 13-15
Location: Paris, France
Purpose: World Efficiency is the first biennial event for policy makers and businesses looking for resource and climate solutions.
|Conference: Remediation Technologies Symposium 2015
Date: October 14-16
Location: Banff, Canada
Purpose: The three-day technical program will consist of a minimum of 70 platform presentations on remediation technology.
|Conference: 10th International conference: BIODEGRADABLE WASTES
Date: October 15-17
Location: Námešt nad Oslavou, Czech Republic
Purpose: The conference will address food waste prevention, planning tools, and methods, as well as examples of good practice and techniques, for the entire cycle of biowaste management in rural and urban environments.
|Conference: 2015 International Composting Conference
Date: October 22-25
Location: Beijing, China
Purpose: Conference participants will share knowledge and experiences in the recycling of organic solid wastes, with the goal of exploring innovative methods and services in compost treatment and utilization.
|Conference: Intergovernmental Forum on Mining, Minerals, Metals and Sustainable Development
Date: October 26-30
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Purpose: At the Forum, governments, mining companies and industry associations will convene to discuss enhancing the contribution of the mining sector to sustainable development.
|Conference: 10th International Conference on Waste Management and Technology (ICWMT)
Date: October 28-30
Location:Sichuan Province, China
Purpose: The 10th Conference, which will meet under the theme 'Towards Environmental Quality Improvement,' will include keynote speeches on solid waste issues and technical field trips to e-waste and hazardous waste treatment plants.
|Conference: Third International Conference on Social Responsibility in Mining
Date: November 4-6
Location: Antofagasta, Chile
Purpose: The conference will address ways the language of corporate social responsibility can be aligned with innovation in practice to serve for societal needs.
|Conference: Contaminated Site Management: Sustainable Remediation and Management of Soil, Sediment and Water (CSM-15)
Date: November 16-19
Location: San Diego, California
Purpose: The conference will address tools and strategies for identifying, mitigating, and managing contamination.
|Conference: 4th International Seminar on Environmental Issues in Mining
Date: December 2-4
Location: Lima, Peru
Purpose: Enviromine provides an opportunity to learn about innovations and developments, enabling the mining industry to operate in a sustainable manner while maintaining economic viability.
|Conference: OECD Green Growth and Sustainable Development Forum
Date: December 14-15
Location: Paris, France
Purpose: Each year, the Forum it focuses on a different cross-cutting issue related to sustainable development and green growth. It is open to a wide range of stakeholders and experts from OECD Committees, agencies, other international organizations, government officials, civil society, academics and the private sector.