Call for Presentation Abstracts The general abstract submittal period is now closed.
Approved presenters can still use this form to update their original abstract and submit presenter bios.
This year's theme for the Symposium – Federal Facilities Leading Environmental Change – focuses on the sharing of best practices, success stories, partnerships, and challenges and achievements of the federal practitioner community. The conference is also expected to bring together federal agencies and their partnering organizations to provide existing and relevant environmental policy perspectives.
Speakers from federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, academia and private organizations representing a federal agency, are invited to present at the event. The call for presentation abstracts opens here on Monday, March 18, 2019 and closes on Friday, May
3 31, 2019, 11:59pm EST.
To make the Symposium a success, please consider participating as a presenter to convey information and generate discussion about your organization's own achievements and challenges across a wide array of environmental topics. All presentation topic categories will remain open for abstract submission during the extended period.
Complete instructions for submitting your presentation abstract are available here. The instructions provide a list of potential topics we would like to see at the Symposium. Your presentation proposals are by no means limited to these examples; they are provided merely to show areas of high interest among the Federal community.
If you work for a Federal agency (or State agency) and are interested in presenting at this year's Symposium, please take a few minutes to fill out the form below and become an integral part of this growing forum for the Federal sustainability community! Please note that if you are not a Federal employee and wish to submit an abstract you must indicate your link to a Federal program, project or partnership. Non-federal submissions that serve only to promote vendor products or services will not be accepted.