This page provides access to all presentation files, as well as the recording. Conference attendees are encouraged to watch or read through all the presentations prior to the start of the conference.
We will host a webinar for each session during the conference where presenters can answer user questions. The Agenda shows what sessions will happen on which day. Webinar attendees will be able to follow up with presenters.
20th Annual CMAS Conference Sessions:
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The energy system is currently responsible for the majority of U.S. emissions of criteria air pollutants, greenhouse gases, and short-lived climate forcing pollutants. Understanding how the energy system may evolve in the future and the resulting implications on the environment is critical if environmental decision-makers are to address these challenges proactively and efficiently. The goal of this session is to highlight research efforts involved in exploring the linkages among air quality, climate and energy, with focus on supporting decision-making at federal, state or local levels. Among the topics that are appropriate for inclusion are: