Twelve HGS Attorneys among Environmental Permitting Summer School Faculty

This week, the Florida Chamber of Commerce hosts its annual Environmental Permitting Summer School, which is widely recognized as Florida’s premier environmental law and policy conference.  A dozen HGS attorneys will participate as faculty in 21 courses over the 4-day event:

  • Winston Borkowski:  Florida NPDES Update
  • David Childs: Florida’s Environment, Water Policy, The 2019 Legislature and Beyond; Florida Chamber of Commerce Update:  Policy, Planning and Politics; and State Assumption of the Federal Wetland Permitting Program
  • Carl Eldred:  Remediation Strategies & Case Studies
  • Gary Hunter: What’s Ahead and Why – Comprehensive Planning and Growth Management
  • Robert Manning: New Developments in Air Quality Regulations
  • Eric Olsen: Is Florida Ready for Potable Reuse; Water Management District Planning, Regulatory & Policy Update; and Regulatory and Technical Updates and Case Studies for Aquifer Recharge, Aquifer Storage and Recovery, Underground Injection Control and Potable Reuse
  • Mike Petrovich:  Florida’s Energy Projects:  Updates, Outlook, and Challenges; Hot Topics/Emerging Issues in Waste Management; and What are we Going to do With All this Stuff? Florida Solid Waste Regulation Update
  • Timothy Riley:  Emerging Extraction Industry Challenges and Opportunities
  • Kent Safriet:  Avoiding Property Rights Disputes and Recent Developments in Property Rights
  • Amelia Savage:  Emerging Issues in Environmental Resource Permitting; Florida Energy Policy Outlook; and Sovereign Submerged Lands and Aquatic Preserves
  • Susan Stephens:  Fresh From Florida:  Emerging Issues in Agriculture & Their Effect on the Environment
  • Robert Volpe:  Strategic Planning and Permitting for Development

For more information on Environmental Permitting Summer School, please visit https://www.flchamber.com/event_post/environmental-permitting-summer-school/.