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CPANS 2020 – A Clear View of Air & Waste Management Issues – Call For Abstracts

March 3

Please mark your calendars for the 2020 CPANS Annual Conference:

Conference Theme: “CPANS 2020 – A Clear View of Air & Waste Management Issues”

Dates: Wednesday May 13, 2020

Venue: Lister Conference Center, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta

General Information

The 2020 CPANS annual conference will be held at the Lister Conference Center, Edmonton, Alberta. Participants of this conference will include environmental researchers, educators, students, environmental managers, other professionals, environmental industries and policy makers. The conference will be a great opportunity for attendees to develop new collaborations and share knowledge with experts from various fields in air and waste management.

Potential session topics include:

  • Current and Emerging Regulatory Requirements
  • Oil and Gas Effects on the Environment
  • Emissions Measurement, Reduction and Technologies
  • Climate Change
  • Green Energy
  • Air Quality Modelling Techniques and Advancements
  • Waste Management and Waste to Energy

Registration is currently unavailable.

Please submit an abstract to Kim O’Neill at Kim.ONeill@aecom.com on or before March 3, 2020 along with your biography.

Abstract Instruction and Format

For an abstract template, click here.

The abstract will be 350 words or less.  Type font will be Calibri 12 point.  The presentation title (in bold) should be at the top of the page. If selected, authors will be able to alter the presentation title up to 2 weeks prior to the conference date.  The affiliation for each author should be next, followed by the author’s name, mailing address, phone number, and email address (all in bold).  Email will be the primary means for communication.  The conference committee reserves the right to edit the abstract for grammar and format since it may be used in the preliminary and final programs for the conference.

Author Name and Biography

A brief biography of the presenter must be included with the abstract.  Please describe, in no more than 150 words, the professional background, credentials, and education of the presenter.

Please contact Kim O’Neill with any questions at Kim.ONeill@aecom.com.


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