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Environmental engineering

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View Resource Bioremediation Discussion Group

Bioremediation deals with "the use of living organisms to reduce or eliminate environmental hazards resulting from accumulations of toxic chemicals and other hazardous wastes." Created by GZA GeoEnvironmental, the BioRemediation Discussion Group encourages scientists, researchers, and others to share knowledge and ideas regarding bioremediation practices and technologies. Users may join the...

http://www.bioremediationgroup.org/
View Resource GNET: Global Environment and Technology

Built on the controversial belief that "environmental technologies offer the fastest and most effective means to address our planet's urgent environmental needs," the non-profit Global Environment and Technology Foundation (GETF) "promot[es] the development and use of innovative technology to achieve sustainable development." GNET, the organization's information news source, provides current news...

http://www.gnet.org/
View Resource WFEO ComTech: Engineers and Sustainable Development

The World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) and its Committee on Technology outline on this Web site the roles of engineers for sustainable development. There is specific attention given to environmental protection and restoration with respect to energy use, natural resource extraction, and transportation. Worldwide progress toward sustainable development is considered, especially...

http://www.wfeo.org/kc_publications_enewsletters/
View Resource Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC)

With administrative offices in North America and Europe, the non profit Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) was founded in 1979 to serve as a forum for individuals and institutions partaking in environmental issues, education, and research. At this Web site, professionals can discover employment opportunities that are committed to ethical professional conduct. Potential...

http://www.setac.org/