21–23 April 2020 Washington, DC
Hotel Reservation Deadline: 16 March 2020
Pre-Registration Deadline: 6 March 2020
No Registration Refund After: 3 April 2020
Connecting Science and Technology with Business and Public Policy
Mark your calendars now for the 2019 AMS Washington Forum. This much-anticipated event provides an important platform to examine public policy issues across the weather, water, and climate sciences. We will have several leadership keynotes.
This meeting is open for anyone interested in learning more about how weather, water, and climate information can help support risk management across the public and private sectors. This includes agencies and companies whose operations and planning are reliant on environmental factors.
The AMS Washington Forum is organized by the AMS Board on Enterprise Economic Development (BEED), a part of the AMS Commission on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise (CWWCE).
Student Dinner Keynote
Director, Science and Forecast Operations
Acting Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Below are some of great session topics we will be featuring:
All attendees must register to attend the conference. Registration may be completed on-line or on-site. Reigstration for this meeting will open in late-January 2020.
On-site registration. The AMS Washington Forum registration desk at the AAAS Building will be open for registration starting on Wednesday, 21 April at 7:30am, and will remain open throughout the Forum.
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