This two-day event will bring together policy makers, agency,
private and nonprofit professionals, K-12 educators, academic
researchers and students, individuals and others to showcase new
research, current science and effective programs to eliminate children's
harmful environmental exposures.
Forum will include posters covering topics of regional interest related
to children's environmental health (science, policy or practice).
Deadline for poster abstract submittal is September 4th.
Early bird: $30 for each day, $50 for both days (register by September
SAM and the Cascade Land Conservancy present the next panel discussion exploring the intersection of art, culture and the environment. Can steps be taken to ensure that revitalization and increased density are beneficial for both the arts and artists? How can we avoid artists being pushed out of our cities by rising prices? What roles do diversity and equity play in building vibrant, sustainable cities? Join us as we consider these and other questions.
Michael Kinsley, American political journalist (moderator)
Randy Engstrom, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
This year’s race for King County Executive is heating up fast. Five candidates are running to replace Ron Sims, who was appointed by President Obama as Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The King County Executive is an important position that has considerable impact on Washington’s environment. The next Executive will have an impact on issues such as Puget Sound restoration, transportation, land use, and much more.