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Environmental Evaluators Network Forum
American University, Washington DC
July 18-19, 2012
What are the responsibilities and opportunities for environmental evaluation to serve the public good? What facilitates and what impedes the discipline of evaluation and its practitioners in achieving environmental 'public goodness'? How should 'public good' even be defined? These are some of the questions we hope you will help us wrestle with at the 7th annual U.S. Environmental Evaluators Network Forum.
The U.S. Environmental Evaluators Network (EEN) and the American Evaluation Association (AEA) will partner to host the event as an 'unconference.' This format is participant driven, lively, and creative. Those who attend the unconference will determine the sessions during the event.
Are you working in an agency or organization that implements environmental programs? Do you evaluate environmental programs or policies? Are you concerned about evaluation being used for the public good? This event is for you.
Thank you to our sponsors! Co-sponsors include the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association, the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, American University, Energy Market Innovations, and Industrial Economics Inc.