Cherry Hill, NJ, June 17, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The 18th Annual INCOSE International Symposium on System Engineering for the Planet links to a new book from CassBeth "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering."
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) www.incose.org is holding its 18th annual International Symposium (IS2008) 15-19 June in Utrecht, the Netherlands where the theme is Systems Engineering for the Planet. INCOSE IS2008 added a link to the new book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering."
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded to advance the art and practice of systems engineering by helping individuals and enterprises turn complexity into competitive advantage. The Councils mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government. www.incose.org
Cassbeth is the publisher of "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering". The book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering" makes some bold claims and proposes a rather simple solution to tackle our problems in the next 100 years. Its premise is that Our Science, Innovation, Technology, and Engineering are breaking down just when we need it to ramp up. It goes on to state that sustainable development has always been part of human development and that it was these elements and how effectively they worked which allowed for our life on earth. www.cassbeth.com/press.
About The Author:
Walt has held various government, defense, and commercial high technology positions in the past 30 years. He has published and presented at several technical conferences. Starting from New Jersey, going to California, then Florida, and returning back to New Jersey Walt has a very broad and deep understanding of the state of engineering and technology in the United States. He has taken this experience and digested it into his new book "Sustainable Development Possible with Creative System Engineering" in hopes of providing an effective road map for people engaged in building everything in the next 100 years.
Published by CassBeth