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EVENTS CALENDAR:
Please submit your group's events and advisories to ryan@ems.org,
and please include complete event details: When, What, Where, Who, and Contact Information, as applicable.
Note: this calendar is mirrored at www.ems.org/calendar.html.

The Society of Environmental Journalists' website has perhaps the most extensive calendar of environmental events anywhere.


NOVEMBER


Nov. 24 -- International Buy Nothing Day.
Website: http://adbusters.org/campaigns/bnd/

Nov. 28 -- Washington, D.C. - Climate Talks Wrap-up Event. Press luncheon in Washington, D.C., featuring participants from The Hague climate change meeting. Experts to summarize results of the negotiations.
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Nov. 29-30 -- Washington, D.C.: Workshop on Education, Information, and Voluntary Measures in Environmental Protection. Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council. Anyone is welcome to attend but space is limited, so if you are interested, please contact Paul Stern at pstern@nas.edu.
Where: National Research Council, Green Building, Room 126, 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W.
Contact: Paul Stern


DECEMBER


December 7-9 -- Minneapolis: The 26th Annual Acres U.S.A. Conference. "Blueprint for Eco-Farming"
Where: Radisson Hotel South -- Minneapolis, Minnesota
Contact: info@acresusa.com
Website: www.acresusa.com

December 11-12 -- New York City: Conference: Challenges of Emerging Illness in Urban Areas. Organized by the Department of Community and Preventive Medicine of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Details and schedule (PDF).
Where: The New York Academy of Medicine, 1216 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd Street)


2001


February


Feb. 7-9 -- New Dehli - Delhi Sustainable Development Summit. The Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee, will inaugurate the Summit, which will focus on "Poverty: the global challenge for governments, industry, scientists, and civil society". The Summit will host eminent leaders and thinkers that articulate global thought in this area. Further details are available on the Web site at www.teriin.org/dsds/. Organized by Tata Energy Research Institute.


MAY


May 23-25 -- Nanaimo, B.C., Canada: 7th Canadian Workshop on Harmful Marine Algae. Registration is free. Participants are invited to submit provisional titles and subject categories by Dec. 15, 2000.
Where: Pacific Biological Station in Nanaimo, the central city of Vancouver Island
Contact: Ian Whyte, 250/756-7007
 


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