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The COP is tasked with reviewing communications and emission inventories and assessing the effects of the measures taken and the progress made in achieving the ultimate objective of the Convention.
COP runs from October 31 through November 12 and two of our members will be attending and providing updates and insights on this international event. Mike DeBusschere will be attending virtually the first week to view the available content online and Brian Bunger, A&WMA Past-president, will be traveling to Glasgow, Scotland to attend the second week of sessions, events, and exhibits at COP 26. They will be providing updates and insights to the membership through blog posts, pictures, and videos. Blog entries can be found in the Industry Insight section, or on the COP web page.
Top Environmental Industry Stories from 2021 — Part 2
Newswire—As we reflect on the past year of progress in the environmental industry, we continue our look back at the most accessed articles from the A&WMA Newswire last year.Read More
Top Environmental Industry Stories from 2021 — Part 1
Newswire—As we reflect on the past year of progress in the environmental industry, here is a review of the most accessed articles from the A&WMA Newswire last year.Read More
The Best of EM 2020 and 2021
EM – January 2022: In case you missed them the first time around, this month's issue spotlights some of the best topics and articles that have appeared in EM over the past two years.Read More