Wildfires Conference Series: Air Quality, Health Effects, and Smoke Management Progress

Registration       Sponsor         April 14: Smoke Exposures       April 28: Health Effects       May 19: Smoke Management 
In the last five years, wildfires have devastated cities and caused loss of life, lasting health effects, and major property damage for many areas in Western North America. While we may not be able to prevent the disaster, we can build on the recent experience of others directly affected to protect our health and communities. 

This conference will take an encompassing look at the air quality and public health impacts from wildfires by bringing together experts in multiple disciplines to share information and proposed solutions to mitigate smoke effects. This is a unique opportunity for those dealing with wildfire effects to learn from experts and professionals with recent experience. The conference will benefit land managers, state and local air pollution control agency professionals, public health officials, health care providers, and consultants. 
 for one half-day session, or the whole series! 
Includes access to livestream presentations, networking and Q & A, and recordings and slides through August.  

Registered attendees can access the virtual conference using these instructions. 

Three sessions will provide the latest information on current topics related to wildfire. Check out the speakers, presentations and agendas by clicking on each session title. 
Thank You to Our Sponsors