2001 CPEO Brownfields List Archive

From: CPEO Moderator <cpeo@cpeo.org>
Date: 25 Apr 2001 20:56:03 -0000
Reply: cpeo-brownfields
Subject: [CPEO-BIF] Brownfields 2001 Presentations deadline extended to April 27, 2001
 From US EPA's Brownfields Listserve

Brownfields 2001 Presentations deadline extended to 
April 27, 2001

The Brownfields 2001 Conference, to be held September 24-26, 
2001 at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, 
Illinois, is seeking work/research-based presentations from 
all stakeholders who perform and/or are concerned with the 
assessment, cleanup and redevelopment of abandoned, idled or 
under used commercial and industrial sites. With a work and 
research focus, Brownfields 2001 will encourage and promote 
the exchange of information, procedures and techniques 
related to the revitalization of brownfields through its 
numerous conference sessions and exhibits. If you have 
information to help others overcome the challenges 
associated with these properties, Brownfields 2001 is the 
place for you to present and share your work/research in 
order to make a difference.

There are several types of presentations being sought:

Session Speaker

Brownfields 2001 Session Speakers will give a formal 
presentation on their work/research during one of many 
sessions taking place during the conference. A Speaker is 
responsible for preparing to speak for approximately 15 
minutes during a 90-minute session. They should also be 
ready to answer questions during the last 30 minutes of 
their session.

Marketplace of Ideas Facilitator

Marketplace facilitators will lead an informal, 90-minute 
roundtable dialogue on a specific brownfields topic. The 
purpose of Marketplace of Ideas is to foster idea-sharing 
and problem-solving among 20-30 participants. As formal 
presentations are not the focus of the MOI, audio-visual 
will not be available for these sessions.

Poster Presenter

Poster presenters will create stand-alone visual 
representations of their research for display in the central 
area of the conference. A scheduled 30-minute availability 
session will give presenters the opportunity to speak 
one-on-one with participants about their poster content. 
(30" X 40" poster size maximum)

Presentations are sought in several Subject Tracks, including:

Brownfields Basics
The nuts & bolts of brownfields redevelopment. What you need 
to get started.

Leveraging Resources Through Partnerships
Bringing the right parties to the table for the different 
stages of development.

Making It Happen
Practical approaches and solutions to brownfields 

Creating Value & Sustainability
Learn how brownfields have been prosperously reused: Show 
how a new use for a brownfields site has created increased 
value for that property and how reuse has resulted in 
quality of life improvements for the community.

For more information: visit http://Brownfields2001.org/
On-Line Abstract Submittal Form 
Abstract Submittal Form PDF Version 
Email Request for Abstract Submittal Form via US Mail 
For more information on previous Brownfields conferences, 
visit the U. S. EPA's Brownfields Conferences page at: 
For general information on the U.S. EPA's Brownfields 
Program, visit: http://www.epa.gov/brownfields/

To read CPEO's archived Brownfields messages visit

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