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This announcement contains new information concerning conference venue, keynote speaker, and a call for special programs and sessions.


DATE: July 27-31, 2001

LOCATION: Cincinnati, OH Marriott Kingsgate Conference Center on the campus of the University of Cincinnati.

HOST: Center for Environmental Communication Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati

CONFERENCE THEME: Communication and Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making: Advances in Theory and Practice.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Robert D. Bullard, Ware Professor of Sociology and Director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University. Dr. Bullard is a leading scholar in the area of environmental justice and the author of Dumping in Dixie: Race, Class, and Environmental Quality, and Sprawl City: Race, Politics, and Planning in Atlanta (with Glenn S. Johnson & Angel O. Torres).

PURPOSE OF CONFERENCE: The purpose of this conference is to bring together environmental communication scholars, environmental and community activists, and environmental decision makers who are concerned with informed and empowered public involvement in environmental matters. Our hope is that the conference will serve as an opportunity to establish a dialogue between communication and other scholars interested in environmental matters, and further the discussion of the relationship between academic research and public policy, and between scholarly activity and public activism.


CALL FOR SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND SESSIONS: We invite public participation practitioners, environmental decision makers, environmental organizations, community-based environmental activists, and others to submit proposals for special programs or sessions. Ideas for such programs may range from practical workshops for effective participation strategies, and roundtable discussions by citizens and activists describing their attempts to participate in environmental decision making, to the viewing of films/videos that document public involvement in a particular environmental controversy. We are open to a wide variety of possibilities and are looking for programs that will compliment, and yet provide an interesting alternative to, traditional academic presentations of research.

The deadline for receipt of papers, panel proposals, and all conference program submissions is March 1, 2001. Protocols for submission and a complete description of the conference are available under the "What's New" tab on the Center for Environmental Communication Studies website (

Interested participants can view the facilities of the Marriott Kingsgate Conference Center at their web address (

For more information about the 2001 Conference on Communication and Environment, please contact one of the following individuals:

Steve Depoe, Conference Co-Planner
Director, Center for Environmental Communication Studies
University of Cincinnati
(513) 556-4449
[email protected]


John Delicath, Conference Co-Planner
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication
University of Cincinnati
(513) 556-4440
[email protected]

In coming weeks, information concerning conference registration fees and the conference lodging and meal package at the Kingsgate Hotel will be available under the "What's New" tab on the Center for Environmental Communication Studies website ( or the Conference on Communication and Environment web site: (

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