3RD National Conference on Science, Policy, and the environment

Posted by on January 10, 2003

[Center for a Livable Future]

The conference on science, policy and the environment will be held on January 30-31 in Washington, DC. JOIN leading scientists, educators and policymakers from around the world to discuss how education can contribute to a sustainable and secure future for all. PARTICIPATE in an unprecedented opportunity to develop a set of recommendations for the United States and for the upcoming UN Decade of Education for Sustainability (2005-2015) that will be transmitted in an action-oriented report produced by NCSE following the conference. LISTEN to speakers such as Dr. Rita Colwell, Director of the National Science Foundation, who will present the 3rd Annual John H. Chafee Memorial Lecture on Science and the Environment; former Senator Gaylord Nelson, founder of Earth Day and a global leader in environmental and sustainability education who will receive the NCSE Lifetime Achievement Award; and Congressman Vernon Ehlers, Chair of the Environment Subcommittee of the House of Representatives Science Committee who will receive the NCSE Congressional Leadership Award. VIEW the exhibition “Education: Programs and Products” with displays featuring innovative programs and resources from publishers, government agencies, nongovernmental organizations, and a variety of academic and other educational institutions.

For more information visit, http://www.NCSEonline.org or http://cnie.org/NCSEconference/2003conference/ or contact NCSE, 1707 H. Street, Washington DC, 20006, (202) 207-0007, conference@NCSEonline.org

To register contact IMMS Global, (202) 466-0000, IMS Global, 2000, L St. NW, Suite 200, Washington DC 20036, USA, http://www.NCSE@immsglobal.org

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