Hyatt Centric French Quarter - 800 Iberville St. New Orleans, LA 70112
January 21 - 23, 2020
ACEEE's Conference on Health, Environment, and Energy (CHEE) is returning to New Orleans, January 21-23, 2020. The event will showcase the groundbreaking research of ACEEE’s Health and Environment program as well as the work of prominent experts and academics in this growing field. Join innovative leaders from a variety of professions in the "Big Easy" to explore how energy choices can affect our health and the environment.
Participate in multiple tracks, plenary panels, moderated discussions, and interactive breakout sessions. Physicians (CMEs), nurses (CNEs), public health professionals (CHES/CPH), architects (HSW LUs), and building science professionals can also earn continuing education credits at this event.
All of these features, plus lunches, receptions, and fun activities make for an exciting opportunity to learn and network while enjoying the sights and sounds of the birthplace of jazz! View the schedule at a glance for more information on the presentations.
Health professionals; researchers; policymakers; environmental regulators and advocates; utility staff; architects; general contractors; NGOs; low-income community advocates; consultants; and energy experts.
We had a fantastic turnout for the first CHEE conference in New Orleans. Click here to see a list of the organizations that participated in 2018.
You will engage with dynamic leaders on cutting-edge research and programs. In interactive sessions, you will explore the health impacts of climate change and energy efficiency.
Here’s a sneak peek at some of the sessions and speakers:
- Collaborating for Equity: How Cross-cutting Programs Can Support Vulnerable Populations
- Facing Climate Change and the Silver Tsunami: Strategies for Creating Healthy Homes for Aging Populations
- Health Professionals Advocating for Energy Policy: Success Stories
- Translating Health and Clean Energy Targets into Action: Working with States and Cities
- Funding Programs
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