TRIES hosting water policy conference June 18-19
The Texas Research Institute of Environmental Studies (TRIES) at Sam Houston State University (SHSU) is hosting an interdisciplinary water policy conference June 18-19 at the SHSU Woodlands Center, in The Woodlands, Texas. According to organizers, the event will bring together professionals and academics to facilitate an open dialogue on topics that shape water policy at federal and state levels of government.
Discussions will cover water quality and conservation, as well as how new policies, regulations and laws may affect local water resources.
The deadline for registration is June 1. On-site registration will be available for participants and guests but lunches will not be included with on-site registration. Information on costs and registration is available online.
Conference keynote speakers are Collins Balcombe of the Bureau of Reclamation, L’Oreal Stepney of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Chris Maxwell-Gains of Innovative Water Solutions and Bill Stevens of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
For questions about the conference, contact Kaitlen Gary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 936-294-2501.