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September 17–19, 2018 | Columbia, SC

Sponsors of the 2018 Conference

Platinum Level Sponsors

Atrium Health

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Atrium Health, one of the nation's leading and most innovative healthcare organizations, provides a full spectrumof healthcare and wellness programs throughout the Southeast region. Atrium Health works to enhance the overall health and well-being of its communities through high-quality patient care, education and research programs, and numerous collaborative partnerships and initiatives. Environmental health and human health are connected. As stewardsof health, each of us has a responsibility to take a proactive approach to protect our natural resources throughour operations and our role as a healthcare leader. Atrium’s commitment to a healthy environment is demonstrated in every day choices across the healthcare system. Environmental Sustainability Solutions (ES2) provides strategies, resources, and education for teammates to engage in sustainability through professional and personal action.

Carbon Neutral Level Sponsors

Clean Air Carolina

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Clean Air Carolina is a nonprofit organization that champions a statewide initiative to raise North Carolina's air quality to exceed that of scientific recommendations. Our mission is to ensure cleaner air quality for all North Carolinians through education and advocacy and by working with our partners to reduce sources of pollution. Medical Advocates for Healthy Air or MAHA, a program of Clean Air Carolina, is a statewide network of medical and health professionals leading the call for cleaner air through education and advocacy. Please visit our website to learn more about air quality in North Carolina, how public policy can impact health and what we are doing to support clean air policy making: www.cleanaircarolina.org.

geothinQ

geothinQ is a pioneering on-demand geographic land mapping and data visualization platform. Our web-based application empowers land stakeholders to accelerate smart data-driven decisions. Backed by GIS Analysts, the geothinQ platform provides access to parcel data and other current environmental, demographic, geospatial, and topographic information that helps land stakeholders measure risk versus reward and weigh challenges versus opportunities. For more information on geothinQ, visit www.geothinQ.com and follow @geothinQ on Twitter.

Gold Level Sponsors

American Society of Adaptation Professionals

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As the nation’s leading professional society for climate change adaptation and resilience practitioners and scholars, ASAP is ensuring that adaptation and resilience work is equitable, ethical, and effective. ASAP connects and supports climate adaptation professionals, while advancing innovation and excellence in the field of climate change adaptation. Through ASAP’s website, member-led activities, webinars, and meetings climate adaptation professionals interact, share what’s working, collaborate with their colleagues and build essential climate resilience for communities across the U.S.

EcoAdapt and the National Adaptation Forum

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EcoAdapt helps everyone meet the challenges of climate change, through innovation, training, and assistance to make planning and management less vulnerable and more climate savvy. Use our five programs to get climate savvy: State of Adaptation, Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange (CAKEX.org), Awareness to Action, Adaptation Consultations, and the National Adaptation Forum.

Silver Level Sponsors

Black & Veatch

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Hazen & Sawyer

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Nature Conservancy

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NC Sea Grant

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NC Water Resources Research Institute

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