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In partnership with Central Community College, WasteCap Nebraska, and the Joslyn Institute for Sustainable Communities, MCC is excited to announce the second year of monthly presentation series on topics related to sustainability, energy, the environment, and how they apply to you. We are committed to leading and fostering a sustainable environment for our community.

All presentations will be streamed live to FOC Building 10, Room 110 and SOC Mahoney, Room 204. You may also watch on-line via the livestream. Presentations will be followed by a Q&A session. You can participate in the live Q & A during the presentation by tweeting your question using the hashtag #SLPSThursday.

All events are free and open to the public!


Schedule of Events

Each event takes place the first Thursday of the month, from 3:30 - 5:00 pm.

Fort Omaha Campus - Building 10, Room 110

September 4

Wind and Renewable Energy: Nebraska's Growth Opportunity

Dan McGuire, co-chair of the Nebraska Wind and Solar Conference, presents on all topics "wind". With a Nebraska farm background and a degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska– Lincoln, he has spent his career leading agricultural organizations and developing and advocating for state and national renewable energy policy and programs for the benefit of rural America.

As a Nebraska leader in developing wind energy programs, outreach and public education projects, McGuire discusses his experience and presents information on a variety of wind energy topics, ranging from economic impacts and environmental benefits to career development and educational programs from K-12 to college. He will also focus on Nebraska's wind energy growth potential.

October 2

To be announced. Speaker information coming soon.

November 6

To be announced. Speaker information coming soon.

Please view 13-14 Sustainability Leadership Presentation Series here.

Metropolitan Community College is happy to partner with Central Community College again this year and excited to welcome new partners, WasteCap Nebraska and Joslyn Institute for Sustainable Communities to this series!

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