This is a conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Symposium will highlight SERDP & ESTCP's recent efforts to enhance mission capabilities, reduce costs in times of increasing fiscal constraints, and improve environmental and energy performance. The Symposium brings together environmental and energy researchers and technology developers with the defense user and regulatory communities to showcase cutting edge environmental technologies and ideas. The 2018 Symposium will offer 16 technical sessions, a number of short courses, more than 450 technical poster presentations, and exhibitors from funding and partnering organizations.
The theme of the conference is "Independence & Interdependence." The conference topics include: Clean & Affordable Energy; Consumption, Production & Waste; Climate Change; Oceans & Seas; and Terrestrial Ecosystems.
Each year, the National Council for Science and the Environment brings together scientists, educators, policy-makers, business leaders, and officials at all levels of government to discuss how to use science in environmental policy and decision-making. The Annual Conference provides a platform for a diverse community to learn from each other, collaborate, and build long-lasting relationships. NCSE 2019 will focus on the theme Sustainable Infrastructure & Resilience.
The theme of the Winter Conference is "The CWA/SDWA Nexus...Conflict or Collaboration."
Co-sponsored by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the conference highlights the latest approaches, practices, processes, techniques, case studies, and research in all aspects of utility management.
The intent of the conference is to facilitate the exchange of information of technological advances, new scientific achievements, and the effectiveness of standing environmental regulation programs. Topics include, but are not limited to: Emerging Chemicals in Groundwater, Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in Recycled Water, Stormwater Management, Water Reuse/Direct Potable Reuse, Alternative and Sustainable Energy, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Environmental Security, Fuel Transport, Safety, and Risk Management, Nanotechnology, Perfluorinated Compounds, and Risk Assessment - Human Health.
This conference brings together influential climate, energy, and sustainability professionals from around the globe to address climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions. Join us for the 7th event to collaborate with an unparalleled group of experts and thought leaders, learn about cutting-edge carbon and energy practices, and navigate the climate policy landscape.
Topics to be addressed at this conference include, but are not limited to: recycling, waste reduction, energy recovery and thermal treatment, contaminated sites, scrap tires, medical wastes, integrated waste management, innovative technologies, construction and demolition wastes, use of waste materials in construction, and waste composition studies.
Hosted by the AWWA, the goal of this conference is to present solutions for balancing the benefits of conservation with the costs, managing water resources, sustainable utilities and infrastructure, urban planning and design, energy efficiency, water conservation, stormwater and reuse
Sponsored by the Climate Change: Impacts & Responses Research Network, the special focus of the 2019 conference is Coastal Resilience.
Architectural historians, art historians, architects, museum professionals, and preservationists from around the world will convene to present new research on the history of the built environment and explore the architecture and landscape of Providence and nearby areas. The conference will include 38 paper sessions, roundtable and panel discussions, architecture tours, workshops, networking receptions, special events, and more.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Watershed Protection, this conference is for to stormwater professionals, researchers, and government employees.