In December 2018 in New Orleans, ACEEE will host its first Conference on Health, Environment and Energy. This two-day, multi-track event will showcase the groundbreaking research of ACEEE’s new Health and Environment program as well as the work of prominent experts and academics in this growing field.
This premier event will bring together innovative leaders from a variety of professions to explore how energy choices can affect our health and the environment. The conference will explore how reducing energy waste, for example, can reduce pollution and protect health.
Speakers and attendees will be diverse, bringing expertise in public health and environmental regulation as well as energy-saving programs, policies, and technologies. They will discuss cutting-edge research and the pioneering efforts of public health advocates. Attendees will have plenty of opportunities to network and brainstorm.
This conference will feature multiple tracks for participants, who can earn professional continuing education credits. The conference will include plenary panels, breakout sessions, and moderated discussions — not to mention lunches, receptions, and fun activities.
As childhood asthma reaches epidemic levels and health effects from pollution intensify, there’s never been a more important time to focus on how we can change the way we use energy in order to clear the air of harmful pollutants and protect people’s health. Reducing energy waste can become a strategy for addressing many of the social determinants of public health. We hope you’ll join us for this timely, crucial conversation.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Sara Hayes, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Likely Participants Include: Public health professionals; energy researchers; environmental regulators and advocates; local, state, and federal policymakers; low-income community advocates; utility staff; architects; builders; NGOs; consultants; behavioral scientists; energy efficiency professionals.
The following individuals and organizations have graciously agreed to donate their time and expertise to the planning and success of the Conference on Health, Environment and Energy.
Jyotsna Jagai, American Public Health Association and the School of Public Health, University of Illinois, Chicago; Nsedu Obot Witherspoon, Children's Environmental Health Network; Julie Michals, E4theFuture; Ryan Hodum, Energy Foundation; Lauren Koch, Health Care Without Harm and Practice Greenhealth; Clay Nesler, Johnson Controls; Jalonne White-Newsome, Kresge Foundation; Lisanne Brown, Louisiana Public Health Institute; Diana Hernandez, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University; Mona Sarfaty, Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health; Jennifer Russell, Merck Family Fund; Phil Assmus, National Association of Clean Air Agencies; Rodney Sobin, National Association of State Energy Officials; Curt Rich, North American Insulation Manufacturers Association; Barbara Gottlieb, Physicians for Social Responsibility; Felicia Rabito, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University; Lauren Westmoreland, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance; Frank Rapley, Tennessee Valley Authority; Jonathan Cohen, US Department of Energy; Robyn DeYoung and Denise Mulholland, US Environmental Protection Agency
The early bird rate is now in effect. Register by October 11 to save.
Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans
800 Iberville Street
New Orleans, LA
All conference program activities located at the Hyatt Centric French Quarter New Orleans. Accommodations are available at the Hyatt Centric French Quarter at the group rate of $169 per night king/double through November 12, 2018. Book your room online or call 888-421-1442. Be sure to mention you are with ACEEE to receive the group rate. We encourage you to make your reservations early to take advantage of discounted prices and availability.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities for The Conference on Health, Environment and Energy, download our sponsorship flyer. If you have questions or would like more information, feel free to contact Sara Hayes, Program Manager, Health and Environment or Charlie Herron, Development Coordinator.