CitiesAlive 2020 Call for Proposals
Submit an abstract for your chance to present at CitiesAlive 2020 in Philadelphia, PA. This year, technical sessions take place on November 16-17, and the deadline to apply for the CitiesAlive 2020 Call for Proposals is April 19, 2020.
And as Media Partners once again, we at Greenroofs.com want you to be in the know!
Now in its 17th year, CitiesAlive, hosted by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, explores the most recent green infrastructure science, economic valuation, asset management, public policy developments, new technology, and best practices in design, installation, and maintenance. The goal is to help inform the current policy debate by making the case for a rapid and significant increase in green infrastructure investment.
Here is what Green Roofs for Healthy Cities has to say about their CitiesAlive 2020 Call for Proposals:
“We’re looking for motivating and informative presentations and interactive workshops highlighting the following areas:
Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
Best Practices for Shoreline Protection
Urban Agriculture and Food Production
Human Health and Biophilic Benefits
Economic Benefits – Green Infrastructure Accounting & Asset Management
Best Practices for Bioswales Design and Management
Stormwater Management (Policies, Quantification, Design)
Energy Benefits / Urban Heat Island
Urban Forestry Best Practices
Green Wall Design and Best Practices
Green Infrastructure Monitoring and Management Using the Internet of Things
Green Infrastructure and Social Equity and Social Justice
Monetizing the Benefits of Green Infrastructure
Black Arts and the Best Practices for Waterproofing in the New York Area
Green Infrastructure and Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate
Green Roof Myth Busting
Green Infrastructure and Policy Change
Biodiversity and Wildlife on Green Roofs
Submit an abstract at cvent, and the website will accept submissions until 11:59 pm ET, April 19, 2020. Proposals will be evaluated by the members of the Conference’s Local Host Committee. The evaluation will consider whether the submission features best practices, displays innovation, presents new information, provides practical learning opportunities, or offers a chance for an exchange across sectors.
Accepted speakers receive a discounted registration to CitiesAlive. If your paper is selected to be presented at CitiesAlive, please be prepared to pay your speaker registration fee.
CitiesAlive categorizes submissions as Design, Research or Policy. Should your paper be focused on research, you will be required to submit a research paper. For all other tracks, a corresponding paper is optional.
So go ahead and submit your Design, Research, or Policy abstracts for the chance to present in front of the industry’s top professionals by April 19!
I’ll be submitting one, and Aramis and I plan to be in historic Philadelphia at CitiesAlive 2020 – we hope to meet up with you there!
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