Share The Center for Sustainable Technology Practices is an organization of companies that conducts technically and societally important, pre-competitive projects identified by its industry representatives. It sets priorities, prepares requests for proposals, seeks project funding, monitors the execution of projects, and disseminates the results.Member companies access a wealth of expertise and technical information and benefit directly from tailored collaborative projects that help keep them on the cutting edge of sustainability developments.CSTP developed a series of mini-webcasts on projects and activities AIChE has underway related to sustainability; including efforts on carbon management, industrial water efforts, and energy. Past presentations are now available for viewing at ChemE on Demand. Click on the titles or images below to access them.Related Content: Center for Energy Initiatives and the Founder Societies Technologies for Carbon Management Archived Webinar Sep 12, 2012 Dale Keairns provides an overview on the Center for Energy Initiatives and the Founder Societies Technologies for Carbon Management project (with ASCE, SPE, TMS, AIST, ASME, IEEE, ASME, AIME, and SME). The AIChE Sustainable Engineering Forum (SEF) and the Engineers Forum on Sustainability (EFS) Archived Webinar Sep 24, 2012 Richard Nemec discusses current work and objectives for the Sustainable Engineering Forum. Subhas Sikdar provides an overview of the Engineers Forum on Sustainability. AIChE YCOSST Activities and an Overview of the Institute for Sustainability (IfS) Archived Webinar Oct 9, 2012 Erin Chan, project manager for IfS, discusses the Youth Council’s involvement in the EPA P3 Program and other activities. Darlene Schuster, executive director for IfS, provides an overview to the Institute for Sustainability.