Earth Day Symposium

Keynotes Announced for the 2015 Symposium

May 12, 2015

The Earth Day Symposium provides educational and networking opportunities for local government officials, community leaders, and professionals from diverse backgrounds in the planning and environmental fields. This year’s Symposium, “Livable Communities”, will be held June 3 at Il Monastero on the Saint Louis University campus.  Read more about it and register online today! Robert Garcia Morning […]

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2015 Symposium Agenda

February 10, 2014

15th Annual St. Louis Earth Day Symposium Livable Communities Saint Louis University, Il Monastero June 3, 2015 register online now Agenda will be posted on April 17.  

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Keynote speakers announced for the 2014 Symposium.

January 1, 2014

The Earth Day Symposium provides educational and networking opportunities for local government officials, community leaders, and professionals from diverse backgrounds in the planning and environmental fields. This year’s Symposium, “Regional Sustainability: Vision and Reality”, will be held April 1-2 at the Powder Valley Nature Center. Read more about it and register online today! John Hoal […]

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Our 13th annual Symposium tackled new topics in March.

May 3, 2013

On March 19th and 20th, St. Louis Earth Day held its 13th annual Symposium – “Climate Trends: Impacts and Adaptation.” The Earth Day Symposium provides a two-day training and networking program for local government staff and officials, and the professional planning community relating to current environmental challenges and opportunities. This year, national guests and expert […]

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Keynote speakers announced for Earth Day Symposium.

February 20, 2013

Emily Seyller, U.S. Global Change Research Program Opening Plenary – Impacts and Adaptation Mrs. Emily Seyller has an extensive background working with a variety of private, non-profit, and government organizations focusing on domestic and international climate change science, policy, and strategy in the climate change, environmental, and sustainability fields. She is currently the Inform Decisions and […]

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