2010 DOI Conference on the Environment

Portland, Oregon
Monday, April 26, 2010
 

Portland, Oregon
Hilton Portland & Executive Tower
April 26 - 30, 2010


Sponsored by the Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance and hosted by the National Park Service

  

 About Portland


Maybe you've heard that the city of Portland,
Oregon, has been proclaimed as North America's "Best Big City," according to Money magazine. One visit will explain why.  Portland, Oregon Skyline

Set against the backdrop of majestic Mount Hood, Portland combines a sophisticated, cosmopolitan atmosphere with refreshingly friendly, small-town warmth.  Attendees can cruise the city's scenic rivers, stroll through gardens and parks, shop tax-free in a tempting array of stores and boutiques, then wrap up the day with world-class dining and entertainment.

Portland is
a welcoming destination with day trips that delight and a nightlife that bedazzles.  The region’s natural beauty, its bustling local scene, seasonally focused dining and green appeal make it the perfect backdrop for the 2010 DOI Conference on the Environment.





Transportation

Portland International Airport

Just 20 minutes from downtown, Portland International Airport (PDX) has earned awards for demonstrating that large-scale airports can be both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Portland International Airport

 


Public Transit
Public transportation in Portland is easy-to-use and allows you to explore even the farthest reaches of the Portland metropolitan area while concentrating on enjoying the city - not navigating it.


  • Bus lines and MAX light rail
  • Transit mall
  • Portland Streetcar
  • Downtown on foot

      








    What to See and Do

    • Drown out the city noise in the Portland Classical Chinese Garden, an entire city block of tranquility.
    • Ride the only three-door elevator west of the Mississippi at Powell's City of Books, the world's largest independent bookstore. Powell's spans a full city block and rises three stories to house its selection of 1 million new, used and out-of-print titles. 
    • Visit the Oregon Zoo, where more Asian elephants have been born than in any other North American city — including baby Samudra, whose birthday was Aug. 23, 2008.
    • Get caught in an earthquake registering 5.5 on the Richter scale at the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI).
    • Visit turn-of-the-century Victorian and Georgian homes along the tree-lined blocks of Northwest 21st and 23rd Avenues that have been reincarnated, housing more than 250 unique shops, brewpubs, art outlets and eateries.
    • Learn about the mysterious past and “shanghai tunnels” of the Old Town/Chinatown District. Or experience some of the nightlife that Old Town is best known for today.
    • Catch dramatic city views as you stroll or bike along the Eastbank Esplanade, a pathway along the Willamette River.




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    Contact Information


    • 2010 DOI Conference on the Environment Team
      Impact Associates, Inc.
      service@doiconferenceonenvironment.com
      865.379.7065
       

       Key Dates
       March 1, 2010  
       Online Registration & Hotel Reservation Begins
       April 2, 2010
       Hotel Reservation System Closes
       April 16, 2010
       Deadline to Submit Approved Presentations
       April 9, 2010
       Online Registration Closed



      REGISTRATION RATES
      Register early to take advantage of the Early Bird discounted price.  DOI policy encourages saving money and using your purchase card to
      register early.


        Early Rate    Late Rate*
       DOI Attendee     $300      $400
       Non-DOI Attendee     $400      $500
      *Late Rate applies after March 29, 2010


      Click here for the 2010 DOI Conference on the Environment Cancellation Policy.


      Please Note:  If you a government employee registration fees must be paid with a government purchase card, not a government travel card.  Please check with your Administrative Officer if you do not have a purchase card to determine proper procedure for paying your registration fee prior to beginning the online registration process.  You must have the purchase card number, expiration date, billing name, complete billing address and security code in order to complete the registration process.


      REGISTRATION INCLUDES: 
      - Opening Night Reception
      - Specialized Technical and Training Sessions
      - Continental Breakfast and Breaks
      - Access to Exhibit Hall
      - Online Conference Proceedings


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      Notice to Attendees & Exhibitors
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