This event is for journalists covering the environment, science, data analytics, business, farming, lifestyle and weather. We’ll meet in Asheville, NC for a look at the next chapter of the climate change story.
If you know young budding environmental journalists who like to write about their experiences, bring them to The River Project's Wetlab in New York to see and learn about the crabs, fishes and oysters that dwell in the Hudson River.
The second Global Estuaries Forum in France will gather leaders of the public and private sectors from the world’s estuaries to share and build an innovative vision for the future of estuaries based on sustainable growth and technology, governance, community support and research.
Food Tank, in partnership with American University, will hold the 2nd Annual Food Tank Summit in Washington, D.C. It's the first in a series of four two-day Summits in 2016 which will bring together some the world’s most impactful food system leaders. All the panels are moderated by journalists, some of them SEJ members.
Ballroom Marfa, FotoFest International and the Public Concern Foundation brings the Marfa Dialogues to Houston, Texas as part of the FotoFest 2016 Biennial exploring the theme of CHANGING CIRCUMSTANCES: Looking at the Future of the Planet. Join us as we consider the scale of climate disruption from the hyperlocal to the hyperobject.
The Policy Forum, anchor event of Water Week 2016, will convene in Washington, D.C., featuring distinguished speakers, Capitol Hill visits and regulatory roundtables – all designed to elevate clean water issues to the top of the federal priority list.
The 26th Annual Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital presents more than 100 films selected to advance public understanding and stewardship of the planet. The 2018 Festival theme, From the Frontlines, will feature films and speakers that reflect the actions and the passions of those working on the ground.
A French Ministry of Agriculture rep and international soil scientists will discuss the science behind soil carbon sequestration and how to drive the rapid, worldwide adoption of regenerative agriculture techniques that sequester carbon at the National Press Club, 8:00-11:00 a.m. on Mar 9 in Washington DC.