Registration for this year’s Great Lakes Adaptation Forum is now open!
Early bird registration will run until August 17, 2018.
Please see the chart below for pricing details:
*To qualify for student rates, attendees must be currently enrolled students at a University and register with a .edu email address.
Registration includes all days of the Forum (9/24-9/26). The program for Monday 9/24 is still under development and will include special interest group meetings and a Climate 101 session in the afternoon. Breakfast and lunch are included for Tuesday 9/25 and Wednesday 9/26 only. Attendees can also use the link above to register for a complimentary Tuesday evening reception.
A limited number of travel scholarships are available to cover the cost of registration, lodging, and travel to and from the Forum. We especially encourage students, members of municipal, state, and tribal governments, and individuals from non-profit and community-based organizations working on or studying climate change adaptation to apply. Special consideration for scholarships will be given to applicants who are presenting or hosting a session at the Forum, who express a particular justification for how attendance will foster their ability to implement adaptation activities in their work, or who will not be able to attend without travel support. Applications are due on August 3, 2018, and we will notify applicants by August 10, 2018. If you apply for a travel scholarship, please do not register until you are notified about the status of your application. We will notify you in time to register under the early bird rate if you do not receive a scholarship.
Sponsors with complimentary registration(s) will receive a link directly from Forum organizers to register for free.
ASAP members will receive a custom code via email to register with a $25 discount.
Please contact GLISA’s Program Manager, Jenna Jorns (email@example.com) with any questions.