Alaska Forum on the Environment (AFE) provides an unmatched platform to present on topics that address technical, educational, scientific, or general information on environmental issues.
We invite interested agencies, tribal governments, organizations, researchers, as well as individual participants to submit their presentations to present virtually throughout the year.
- Topics typically approved are educational in content and information-based .
- Share educational and informational environmental issues. Hot topic and controversial issues are accepted as long as presenters include a range of information that provides a full understanding of perspectives from all sides.
- This year, presentations and trainings will take place virtually during the week of AFE, Feb. 7-10 and bi-weekly online throughout the rest of 2022.
Submit a presentation or training
To submit a presentation or training, fill out the online submission form with the following information
Submission title and topic
Preferred date of presentation
Submit Your Presentation or Training
Presentation Selection Process
Submissions for presentations or trainings will be reviewed for eligibility by the Planning Committee. Presentation and training selection will be based on education content, relative information to tracks and availability. Training tracks include:
Have your film featured at AFE!
Submit your film and join other award-winning films and filmmakers featured during AFE.
To submit your film, it should be current, applicable to the AFE, and typically 30 minutes in length, although longer films will be considered. Topics include (but are not limited to): invasive species, climate change, emergency response, environmental regulations, pollution prevention, energy resource conservation, and rural issues. Films must be submitted with a downloadable online link. All films will be available to be played on the Virtual Attendee Hub by registered attendees during the week of AFE, Feb. 7-10, 2022.
Film Selection Process
The AFE Film Festival seeks any combination of inventive, incisive, innovational work that complements the Forum. Submissions should be high-quality productions worthy of placement in the Film Festival. All entries must be pre-screened for eligibility. Each is judged solely on its own merits for originality, quality, content, and adherence to conference themes. Acceptance is limited this year, due to the event being exclusively online.
Submitters will be notified throughout the year as their presentation or training is selected and scheduled.