Nature-Based Pollution Prevention – Tactics for Implementation, Reporting and Partnerships

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September 15, 2021
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

From strategic tree plantings to wetland restoration projects, nature-based solutions (NbS) are quickly becoming a key part of many pollution prevention strategies. These solutions are accessible, scalable and offer many co-benefits, like increased biodiversity and climate resilience.  

In this webinar, experts and advocates from a federal agency, the private sector and a nonprofit will explore how NbS can advance pollution prevention goals on corporate lands while enhancing ecosystem services and contributing to local, regional and large-scale restoration efforts. The panelists will explain how their respective organizations approach pollution prevention, provide insights on implementation and share success stories from their work.

What you’ll learn:  

  • Best practices for nature-based pollution prevention 
  • How pollution prevention tactics can translate into key metrics 
  • The benefits of forming inter-sector partnerships for pollution prevention initiatives 

Who should take this webinar: 

  • Corporate teams looking to implement site-based pollution prevention work 
  • Representatives from nonprofits and government agencies who want to learn how corporations are utilizing NbS for pollution prevention  

Presenters:  

  • EPA Region 4
  • Primary Energy
  • Restore the Earth Foundation  
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