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"Risk and Resilience" is SEJ's theme for a packed series of events for this conference. New Orleans and south Louisiana are the poster children for both risk and resilience in the 21st Century. Yet, New Orleans is also a place where we can eat, drink, dance, listen to music and generally partake of the whole spectrum of humanities' offerings, and all this with the climate change monster right outside the door. You will leave this conference motivated, empowered and well-connected with story leads, political context, new insights, contacts, research data, experiences and enhanced skills for effective storytelling on relevant issues. Click the links below to peruse the draft agenda, then register now.
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Wednesday, September 3
Thursday, September 4
Friday, September 5
Saturday, September 6
Sunday, September 7
Download the Program Agenda Booklet (9.25 MB).
New Orleans-and-area pre-conference environmental news.
Members: Find a roommate or arrange carpooling.
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Conference exhibitors, advertisers and hospitality receptions.
Download the conference brochure (PDF/2.9 MB).
Donors to the SEJ Elyssa Rosen Memorial Fund, through a crowdfunding campaign in 2014, made it possible for 11 mentoring pairs to attend the SEJ's 2014 Annual Conference, in New Orleans. See more about Elyssa Rosen and the 2014 mentoring fellowship program here.
SPECIAL EDITION TIPSHEETS
- "Gulf Coast Restoration," June 5, 2014, by Amy Wold.
- "Coastal Risk and Resilience in the Gulf Region," July 9, 2014, by Amy Wold.
- "Gulf Region Energy Issues," August 6, 2014, by Randy Lee Loftis.
- "Gulf Coastal Marine Issues," August 8, 2014, by Randy Lee Loftis.