Content tagged with: science policy
ESA Liaison to the EPA Office of Pesticide Programs
Sections are empowered to do far more than run programming at the ESA Annual Meeting.
Speakers from ESA, Lewis-Burke Associates, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) discuss the logistics of the March, best practices for non-partisan advocacy on behalf of science, and advice for productively engaging with the media during and after the March. For more information about ESA's activities in Support of the March for Science, click here.
The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is a non-partisan scientific organization. We represent a broad spectrum of opinions united under one principle: the promotion and advancement of scientific inquiry, discovery, and communication.
Synopsis of Dr. Jeff Harris' presentation, presented at P-IE Afternoon Session during ICE 2016, which inspired this event:
Why is this a good time to host a tour on Invasive Species?Invasive insect species from all over the world arrive regularly at US ports of entry, posing potentially disastrous consequences for agriculture, forestry, and human and animal health.
Registration and payment will be completed via a secured link with use of a credit card. Registration cost is $645 per person.
Award:Registration fee (which includes hotel reservations for two nights, meals, and bus transportation to tour locations) will be provided to one Student and one Early Career Professional (ECP) member.
Balancing Pest Management and Pollinator Health
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