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Join us for an international conference on climate change mitigation and adaptation.  
This conference will provide a neutral forum to address emerging policies and technologies for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions and mitigation along with estimating climate change impacts and adaptation strategies. 

The conference is convened as a neutral science-based forum for addressing climate change related issues such as:

•  Methodologies for identifying and estimating climate change risks and impacts
•  Strategies and technologies for reducing emissions of greenhouse gasses (GHGs) and other climate-changing pollutants
•  Practices for increasing the resiliency of communities and facilities to the changing climate.

Located in the Washington DC area, the conference will engage with the new leadership on Capitol Hill to explore policy measures and recommend approaches for making meaningful progress.

There's still time to attend!  

All attendees are invited to attend these networking events

Tuesday, October 10, 5:30 pm 

Networking Event sponsored by the American Society of Adaptation Professionals
Alba Osteria
425 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 pm 
Baltimore-Washington Chapter Meeting 
Sine Irish Pub and Restaurant, 1301 South Joyce Street, Arlington, VA 
(Meet at the Doubletree at 6:30 pm to walk over) 

Feature presentation:  "International Perspectives on Climate Change Regulations"
Dr. Ashraf Ramadan, Environmental Pollution and Climate Program, Environment and Life Sciences Research Center, Kuwait

Cash bar with appetizers provided. Contact Tiffany Dillow at tdillow@zephyrenv.com if you are planning to attend. 
 
Thanks to our Supporting Partners: 

American Security Project (ASP)
American Society of Adaptation Professionals (ASAP) 
Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO)
Association of Environmental Professionals 
Center for Climate Change Communication (4C) at George Mason University 
Center for Climate and Security (CCS)