NYSACC Conference on the Environment October 6th 2022
Climate Resilience through Community Action: A Virtual Event
NYSACC's 2022 Virtual Conference on the Environment
A one-day forum for municipal conservation commissions, advisory boards, sustainability committees and community activists from around New York State.
Conference focus: The New York State Environmental Bond Act 2022. Learn how this act will fund restoration and climate adaptation efforts in your community.
Conference format: Following an opening plenary on the Environmental Bond Act, join themed breakout sessions and participate in networking opportunities.
Sponsored by: Dandelion Energy, the northeast's #1 geothermal installer.
Conference Schedule under formation – check back for details!
Have a topic to suggest? Contact us at email@example.com.
Hosted on Gather.Town, same as last year
An intuitive virtual platform that merges video conferencing with movements through space, Gather allows your avatar to stroll through conference rooms, video chat with other participants singly or in groups, listen to speakers, and peruse materials at exhibitor or CAC tables. All this, without having to leave your couch!
NYSACC's annual Conference on the Environment (COE) will resume in-person gatherings in 2023, in Ithaca, NY. NYSACC's annual conferences migrate around the state. Contact us if you're interested in hosting a future COE in your area.
What is NYSACC?
The New York State Association of Conservation Commissions is an independent, not-for-profit education organization established in 1971 by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to provide leadership in the development of vital environmental programs for cities, towns, and villages throughout the State of New York. We bring together millions of people—government officials, environmentalists, students, and citizens—committed to preserving, protecting, and enhancing the built and natural environments in New York communities. Explore our website to learn more about our organization and the outstanding work of our members.
Affiliated Conservation Commissions, EMCs and Sustainability Committees in NYS