Conference will update community on Chesapeake cleanup

November 30, 2013 by  

The Environmental Conference on the Chesapeake Cleanup is taking place this December in Hyattsville.

Presented by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, the conference is expected to bring together business leaders, legislators, and environmentalists who are committed to the cleanup cause. There will be speeches, a luncheon, and three panel discussions. The opening speaker is Nicholas DiPasquale from the EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program, who will talk about ‘The Big Picture’.

The panel discussions taking place will be ‘Accountability for Growth’, ‘Stormwater: Regulations and Consistency’ and ‘NGO Partnerships and You’. Laura Newman, the County Executive of Anne Arundel County, will deliver the keynote speech during the luncheon. It should be a great networking event for those interested in environmentalism and might foster long-term relationships between different groups. There will be plenty of time to exchange digital business cards or to talk briefly about business issues.

Conferences on topics such as this are important, especially since the Chesapeake Cleanup affects people from all over the area, including nearby Stevensville. When an organization has the need to advertise an event such as this, they often invest in services such as flyer printing to help spread the word.

The Environmental Conference on the Chesapeake Cleanup will take place at the Marriott Inn and Conference Center in Hyattsville on December 11 from 9:00 am – 2:30 pm. Tickets are $95 for chamber members or $115 for non-members. To find out more about the day’s agenda, call 410-269-0642 or 301-261-2858.