We are pleased to present the highlights video for the 2013 Camden Conference, The Middle East: What Next?
Fostering informed discourse on world affairs through year-round community events, public and student engagement, and an annual weekend conference.
Keynote address from the 2014 conference, “The Global Politics of Food and Water”: Two Pathways into the Future: Which to Choose? by Fred Kirschenmann, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture (Iowa State University), Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture (Pocantico Hills, NY), and organic family farmer in North Dakota.
Event Date: Wednesday March 12, 2014
Climate Solutions Expo & Summit Wednesday, March 12, 2014 Augusta Civic Center One day for the climate. From private action to public policy. Be part of the solutions. Expo: What We Can Do Now is free and open to the public. Exhibits and presentations from 9 am to 5 pm. Summit: What Should We Do [...]
Event Date: Friday March 14, 2014
Bringing it Home Meeting Food and Water Issues in Maine The focal issues of this year’s Camden Conference – food and water – have real and urgent significance in Maine. Adequate food and water for the citizens of Maine cannot be assured, especially in the long term. Positive action is needed to address pertinent challenges [...]
Event Date: Tuesday April 1, 2014
Senator George J. Mitchell Center & Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative Maine Water & Sustainability Conference 2014 Tuesday, April 1 7:30am-4:00pm Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine In 2014, the Maine Water Conference will temporarily morph into the Maine Water & Sustainability Conference. The conference will include several sessions with a focus on sustainability science research in [...]
Kathleen Merrigan, former deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, spoke at the 27th annual Camden Conference: “The Global Politics of Food and Water”
Posted on Tuesday March 4, 2014
2014 Conference CamCasts are now available for viewing! Dear attendees, Thank you all for a wonderfully successful and thought provoking conference. We are pleased to announce that the 2014 Conference CamCasts are now available for viewing on our website: http://www.camdenconference.org/2014-conference/2014-conference-camcasts/ ENJOY!
Posted on Thursday February 13, 2014
ALL venues are now completely sold out for the 2014 Camden Conference: The Global Politics of Food and Water Please call (207) 236-1034 to join the Wait-List.
Posted on Friday February 7, 2014
The Camden Opera House and the U Maine Hutchinson Center venues for the 2014 Camden Conference are now SOLD OUT. A few seats remain at the Strand Theatre in Rockland. Please register soon at: http://www.camdenconference.org/registration/
Posted on Wednesday January 15, 2014
THE SUCCESS OF EXCESS: 1870s to 1900 A History of the Gilded Age in 100 Minutes During the Gilded Age, the so-called “one percent” dominated the economy to a degree never seen before. Or since . . . up until our own time. The rich of the period set a new standard for how much [...]
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In honor of our 25th year, we are pleased to present this series of short accounts of key moments from the history of the Camden Conference.