Climate Change Resiliency: engage, innovate and change Monday, February 24, 2020 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Call for Presentations Deadline: Monday Dec. 9th Registrations Open January 2nd
Join us for our 3rd biennial symposium on the Green-Duwamish Watershed as we focus on not only planning for a sustainable but a resilientfuture in the era of Climate Change. As we gain a deeper understanding of the impacts of Climate Change, how we address its challenges and find opportunities will shape our region’s future. The symposium will focus on not only on the challenges but how through engagement, innovation and adaption, we are meeting the challenges.
We invite people involved in conservation, restoration, research, urban planning, education, community engagement, business, and human services to submit a presentation proposal highlighting your project or program in the Green-Duwamish Watershed and its shoreline sub-watersheds. This is an opportunity to connect with others involved in improving the ecological and community health across the watershed for our future.
The symposium is a one-day event, giving exposure and promoting the broad and diverse work being done throughout the watershed and the opportunity to network with individuals across fields (technical and non-technical), locations, cultures, organizations and settings. All the presentations are given in one large room, thus enabling everyone attending exposure to topics and individuals not within their normal purview.
This symposium is an opportunity for you to:
Share your project/program and experience with others
Learn what people are doing in the Green-Duwamish Watershed: –
Current projects and programs
Present and future challenges
Results: Successes and Failures
Information on opportunities and resources
Future plans and needs
Network with others, building new relationships across the watershed
The forum is for professionals, academics, community members and stakeholders to exchange information regarding the watershed, crossing all professions and sectors. Our past symposiums have sold out with the maximum of 250 attendees, from across King County and the region.
PRESENTATION SUBMISSION INFORMATION PRESENTATION REQUIREMENTS: Each presentation is 10 - 15 minutes. Symposium organizers will compile presenters into panels. Each panel of presentations will be followed by a brief question and answer period. Presentations may use visual aids such as PowerPoint however it is recommended to limit text to a bare minimum with a limit of 4 slides. These are lightning talks, so presenters are encouraged to focus on outcomes/results, their implications and how it connects with other issues or work in the watershed.
PRESENTATION PROPOSAL FORMAT: All proposals should include:
Description of the presentation (<250 words). Include background information, goals & objectives, issues & challenges addressed results, relevant supporting data, unique and creative solutions, collaborations, importance and interest to the health of the Green-Duwamish Watershed.
PRESENTATION PROPOSAL DEADLINE:December 9, 2019
Please e-mail complete proposals to the Symposia Committee at info@GreenDuwamishWatershed.org
PRESENTATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS: In submitting a proposal, all presenters agree to the following terms and conditions:
I confirm that each author/presenter listed agrees with the content of this presentation or poster has given permission to be listed as an author/presenter.
I understand that should my proposal be accepted for presentation or poster, I am required to register for the conference.
I hereby provide permission for the symposium committee to publish my presentation proposal along with my contact information on the symposium website and material.
I understand that my proposal will be printed, if accepted, as submitted and that no editing to grammar or spelling will be undertaken by the symposium committee.
Sponsorship Information: If you would like to be a sponsor, contact email@example.com
Symposium Tabling: We have limited tabling opportunities, please submit a tabling request by emailing:info@GreenDuwamishWatershed.org