The annual Mayborn Conference, in Grapevine, Tx, gathers some of the most talented storytellers in the country to share their stories, life-changing experiences and expertise with aspiring writers through three days of lectures, panels, one-on-one sessions, and student classes. Includes a variety of writing contests with cash prizes.
Special focus at this conference in Miami will be on the impacts the Panama Canal expansion will have on coastal environments near Florida’s deep-water ports. Connect with the experts and acquire fact-based background at one of the longest running series of coastal conferences in the U.S.
In this session, part of the Environmental Law Institute's Ocean Seminar Series, panelists will discuss the key challenges facing fisheries law enforcement agencies and the regulated industry, ongoing reform efforts, and what additional actions and solutions may be necessary to ensure that the system maximizes fisheries compliance. RSVP by April 25th.
In this Environmental Law Institute seminar (in Washington, DC, and via teleconference), Michael Graetz, author of The End of Energy, and four other distinguished panelists will discuss issues related to an implemented, comprehensive energy policy.
Winston & Strawn and Environmental Law Institute will co-host this seminar in Winston's New York office and via teleconference. The program will focus on both the environmental risks and the energy opportunities that result from the use of fracking to extract oil and gas, as well as the diverse perspectives and responses from the government, public interest, industry, and investment sectors to these risks and opportunities.
This workshop in Washington DC, co-sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute, World Business Council on Sustainable Development and World Environment Center, will focus on case studies related to sustainable transportation and energy efficiency.
This year’s CSWA conference, at the McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, offers sessions on nanotechnology, food security, ecosystem services, biofuels, smart machines, scientist speed dating, and more.
SEJ member Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press will talk about the art of covering complicated, controversial topics with confidence and authority — even when deadline looms. Sponsored by NY University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. 4:00-6:00 p.m. in New York.