ABOUT 2021 SESSIONS
Thank you to all that have submitted proposals! We will contact the first author by May 12 regarding the status of their proposal. If you have any questions in the meantime, email .
Conference Tracks: During each day of the conference, there will be sessions curated for community-based programming, classroom-based programming, and non-formal-based programming. Additionally, one day will be dedicated entirely to climate science which will be relevant to an attendee on any of those three "tracks." When you submit your proposal you'll indicate which track(s) best align with the session you're proposing.
Conference Themes: Each day will have a different theme. When you submit your proposal you'll indicate which theme(s) best align with the session you're proposing. The options are:
Climate Justice - Research, activities, and resources that will help participants delve deeper into environmental justice and what can be done to mitigate the unequal impacts of climate change.
Climate Science - Sessions that highlight recent research in various aspects of climate science.
Climate Workforce - Programs, resources and research related to developing a climate ready workforce.
Eclectic Climate Education - Programs, resources and research related to educating and communicating to people of all ages about climate change.
Session Length: Sessions will be 45 minutes.
Proposal Review and Acceptance: Session proposals will be reviewed by the planning committee and speakers will be notified by May 12th.
Registration Fees: The conference registration fee will be waived for the first author and one other co-author.