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Call for Sessions, Speakers, Workshops
2005 Sustainable Beaches Conference
October 31 - November 2, 2005
Renaissance Vinoy Resort
St. Petersburg, Florida
http://www.cleanbeaches.org/events/summit/2005/

The 2005 Sustainable Beaches Conference is the 2nd annual meeting bringing
together professionals responsible for clean beach management and
sustainability.

The Sustainable Beaches Conference follows on the inaugural Sustainable
Beaches Summit, hosted by the Clean Beaches Council, which created four
broad recommendations on pushing forward policy items for sustainability at
our nation's beaches.

The 2005 Conference will build on and expand the networks created at the
Summit. It's goals are simple - to expand, to inform, to share, and to
succeed.

Speaker Selection Information
The Clean Beaches Council is soliciting speakers to give a 15 - 20 minute
presentation at the conference. Speakers will be coordinated into sessions
by the Clean Beaches Council staff and Conference Steering Committee. 

Session Selection Information
	The Clean Beaches Council is soliciting 90-minute panels that
feature the following elements:
1.	Session coordinator to serve as the point person for the session
(can also be a speaker or moderator), 
2.	Moderator who will introduce the session, keep speakers on time, and
field questions, 
3.	Three to four speakers that are experts in their areas, 
4.	Cohesive flow to session between speakers, and 
5.	Broad representation of session topics (i.e., a session that
includes elements related to water, policy, education and tourism (see topic
areas below)).

Workshop Selection Information
	The Clean Beaches Council is soliciting ½ day workshop plans that
feature the following elements:
1.	Session coordinator to serve as the point person for the session
(can also be a speaker or facilitator); 
2.	Facilitator(s) who will lead the workshops; 
3.	Expert(s) who have information to teach / educate / inform
conference goers; 
4.	Cohesive flow between experts; 
5.	Tangible product or outcome related to conference goals; 
6.	Relevance of topic to recent policy and training needs by beach
practitioners; and 
7.	Demonstration of interactive educational elements and participant
feedback.

Contact Information

For programmatic questions, please contact:

Courtenay Evans at 202-682-9507, or at events@cleanbeaches.org.

For questions regarding event planning, please contact:

Michelle Pilliod
Pilliod Meeting Planning
1001 C Street SE
Capitol Hill
Washington, DC 20003
Tel: 202-544-7900
Fax: 202-544-7992
Email: pilliodmp@aol.com

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