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November 2021
The stage is set for The Wildlife Society's 28th Annual Conference! Our first virtual conference was an incredible success, and we're going to build on that experience this fall! The virtual format makes it easier than ever before to participate in North America's largest gathering of wildlife researchers and managers. Don't miss your chance to advance your career and the the profession as a whole. Roughly 1,000 educational, training and networking opportunities make up our robust program that includes the latest in wildlife science, technology and other contemporary issues affecting our field. Check back here for news, updates and other information throughout the year. We'll also be making conference announcements on wildlife.org and in our other TWS communication channels. See you in November!
11/02 - Past Forward (Virtual) New Item (Until 11/05)
Building on the success of PastForward Online 2020, preservationists from across the country and all walks of life will come together virtually at PastForward Online 2021, the country's only national preservation conference, to ask ourselves important questions and identify ways to take action based on our shared values and priorities
These are pivotal times for outdoor recreation and this year's theme is "Outdoor Recreation: From Resilience to Transformation". Presentations will include examples of successful outdoor recreation research, planning, and/or management that demonstrate transformability in response to changing conditions and disruption. What is transformability? On the spectrum of resilience, adaptability, and transformability, transformability is "the capacity to create a fundamentally new system when ecological, economic, and/or social conditions make the existing system untenable." Expert presenters will share stories and examples from the field of transformative solutions of any scale that address the biggest challenges in outdoor recreation – whether they be social, environmental, or economic.
This conference is one of the most diverse and inclusive conferences in water resources management, AWRA provides you with innovative, practical, and applied water resource management solutions, management techniques, and current research. Attendees can expect to hear: • lessons learned from the implementation of multidisciplinary projects, • best practices discovered in the design and application of water resource management, • implications of water policy decisions, and • research into current and emerging issues.
Since 2007, the Behavior Energy and Climate Change conference brings together social scientists, practitioners, utilities, academics, governments, businesses, and non-profits to share and disseminate best practices and research to encourage behavior change for energy and carbon reduction. Come present your work and learn from others about innovative methods, practices and technologies, how to evaluate these programs, understand why individuals and groups change, and make these transitions in fair and equitable ways.
CitiesAlive® Virtual 2021 is a multi-disciplinary conference, bringing together the very best designers, product manufacturers, researchers, and policy makers in the field of living architecture and green infrastructure. Attendees will hear from leading-edge designers, discussing their innovative approaches and award winning projects.
This experience is truly about connections and re-connections. The content is an innovative mix of webinar-style keynotes, breakout sessions, networking groups for LIVE collaboration and a user-friendly spot to meet and learn about our solution providers. We encourage you to take full advantage of each facet. anne.knox@bobit.com; 800-576-8788
Our mission is a simple, but powerful one: to forge partnerships among citizens, scientists, and professionals to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs ... for today and tomorrow. NALMS is not focused on professionals, academic researchers, or any smaller interest group alone; rather, NALMS is a melting pot, welcoming anyone interested in lakes.
The 2021 ASLA Conference on Landscape Architecture will offer more than 100 education opportunities, allowing attendees to fulfill their professional development requirements in four days. Topics include: Technology, Design and the Creative Process, Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Resilience and Stewardship, Leadership, Career Development, and Business, Planning, Urban Design, and Infrastructure, Design Implementation. Future Dates: Seattle, WA November 4-7, 2022 Minneapolis, MN October 27-30, 2023 Washington, DC October 6-9, 2024
December 2021
In 2021, we want to use the virtual platform to connect with the community on timely ecosystem services topics and elicit input to develop a set of recommendations to help move the science into practice. With this input we will charge a small writing team with formalizing the ACES community perspective and communicate that to policy makers. We will resume our normal, bi-annual conference schedule, so save the dates December 12-16, 2022, for our next in-person conference. More information on location will be sent at a later date.
The American Clean Power Association will host CLEANPOWER 2021, which will feature topics related to utility-scale wind, solar, storage, and transmission. The focus is to bring together the different technologies that make up the renewables mix--land-based wind, offshore wind, solar, storage, and transmission--as well as the different segments within the industries: manufacturers, construction firms, owner-operators, utilities, financial firms, and corporate entities.
While we are increasingly optimistic about the Fall, we have rescheduled Brownfields 2021, yes again, from its September dates to December 8 – 11, 2021, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Cosponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the National Brownfields Training Conference is the largest gathering of stakeholders focused on cleaning up and reusing formerly utilized commercial and industrial properties. Mark your calendars for three days of training, networking and business development!
January 2022
Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) is the proud host of the 13th IWA International Conference on Water Reclamation and Reuse to be held from 16th- 20th January 2022. The central theme of the conference is "Water Reuse: Overcoming the Challenges of Growth and Climate Change" and is intended to help progress towards the creation of sustainable water reuse solutions through multidisciplinary cooperation and learning from the extensive experience already gathered in countries around the world. The framework surrounding the central theme of the conference will deal with the full range of topics relating to water reclamation and reuse. There will be a focus on innovations and solutions that address water stress in integrated fashion from the three different angles of water reuse adoption, water reuse implementation and the removal of water reuse bottlenecks.
March 2022
March 2022 will mark the thirty-first annual gathering of environmental professionals for the Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air. For the past thirty years, this annual conference has helped bring the environmental science community closer together by providing a forum to facilitate the exchange of information of technological advances, new scientific achievements, and the effectiveness of standing environmental regulation programs. The 31st International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air and AEHS Foundation Semi-Annual Meeting offers attendees an opportunity to exchange findings, ideas, and recommendations in a professional setting. The strong and diverse technical program is customized each year to meet the changing needs of the environmental field


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Last Updated: April 21, 2010