Call for Abstracts
Be a part of this innovative conference! Share your knowledge, advance the industry, and make connections.
Call for Abstracts available now! Due by November 30.
We're looking for the latest and greatest research, ideas, and solutions in the environmental industry on topics including, but not limited to:
- 2021 Mini-Symposium – Environmental Resiliency
- Hot Topics – Coastal Adaptation, Sugarcane Burning, COVID-19 Impacts, Carbon Tax/Markets, Clean Technology, Zero Waste, Community-Focused Emission Reductions
- Air Emissions – Stationary/Mobile Sources, Inventory, Modeling, Measurements, Monitoring, Control Technologies
- Air Quality, Visibility, Data QA/QC
- Bioenergy, Biofuels, Biogas, Landfills
- Brownfield Redevelopment
- Climate Change – Science, Policy, Regulation, Impacts, Mitigation & Adaptation
- Environmental Program Administration – Policy, Regulation & Implementation, Permitting, Public Participation, Odor Issues, EPA Priorities
- Health, Safety and Environmental Effects and Exposure
- Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Heavy Industry and General Manufacturing
- PFAS and Emerging Contaminants of Concern
- Regulatory and Legal Issues
- Sustainability, Resource Conservation, Green Infrastructure
- Transportation and Land Use
- Indoor Air, Vapor Intrusion
- Waste Treatment, Processing & Waste-to-Energy, Landfills, Site Remediation
Choose your presentation format:
Multiple submission formats and presentation options available.
- Platform Presentations and Technical Posters: Authors may submit a full-length manuscript or extended abstract for technical review, or PowerPoint presentation slides that will receive only a content review (draft due March 16, 2021; final due May 10, 2021).
- Technical and Student Posters: Authors must submit a poster board in accordance with A&WMA guidelines for content and format (draft due March 16; final due May 10, 2021).
- Panel Sessions: requires panel chair to submit a 250-word Panel Synopsis describing the panel topic/goals listing panelists and their affiliations (draft due April 15, 2021; final due May 10, 2021).
Why you should present
A&WMA’s Annual Conference is recognized as the premier international conference of its kind providing the latest information on air, environmental management and risk, climate change, emerging contaminants such as PFAS, energy, sustainability, resource conservation, and waste management issues. The conference typically has over 300 platform and poster presentations, 35+ panel sessions, and up to 10 concurrent sessions each day.
This year’s conference venue is Orlando, Florida, one of the country’s top outdoor travel destinations and an ideal place for environmental professionals and students from a wide range of employers, industries, and educational institutions to gather from around the world to share new ideas and develop solutions to current and emerging environmental issues. Florida’s abundant coastline, diverse ecosystem and weather bring issues of climate change, sea level rise, and environmental resiliency to the forefront of environmental concerns. This conference will bring leading environmental experts and practitioners together to tackle the strategies and policies needed to develop new and innovative approaches to planning and finding solutions to meet tomorrow’s needs.
ACE 2021 Technical Program Timeline
November 30, 2020
Abstract Deadline for Professional and Student Platform Presentations, Technical Posters, and Panel Sessions
January 8 – February 12, 2021
Notification of Acceptance
January 12, 2021
Abstract Deadline for Student Posters
February 26, 2021
Author Notification of Presentation Format
March 16 – May 10, 2021
March 16, 2021
Draft Manuscript/Poster Due
April 15, 2021
Draft Panel Synopsis Due
May 10, 2021
Final Submissions Due
June 14 – 17, 2021
ACE 2021 in Orlando, FL