Impacts and Outcomes

Return to The Sights and Sounds of the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference

NCSE 2020 attendees left feeling energized and empowered, with new connections and ideas for collaboration. The conference celebrated NCSE's 30th anniversary and all that society has accomplished when science was used to inform decision-making.

From the keynote and plenary speakers and the Experience Wall to the networking opportunities and the concurrent sessions, attendees engaged in conversations and explorations towards what is still possible. And now the NCSE community joins together to look toward a future where sustained radical collaboration creates the bridge between science and decision-making toward the sustainable future we so desperately need.

"[The] NCSE conference was the most influential and meaningful meeting I’ve attended in probably a decade. The plenary and lunchtime sessions were all excellent (also loved the live art creation), the sessions were engaging, and I was really impressed by the credentials and caliber of all the speakers. I left the meeting with so many new ideas."

- NCSE 2020 attendee

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NCSE Knowledge Network for One World (KNOW) Commuunity


Continue the conversations from NCSE 2020 by joining the NCSE Knowledge Network for One World (KNOW) Community. Collaborate with colleagues from around the world and share tools and resources.

 

NCSE 2020 Attendee Reflections

 

LinkedIn Post: Had an amazing time in Washington, DC at the NCSE 2020 Annual Conference on Science in Environmental Decision Making two weeks ago. It was great to be a part of and participate in such a phenomenal event with so many wonderful people. So appreciative all the people I met along the way.   #NCSE #scienceandenvironment #NCSE2020 # #leadership

 

 

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