Thursday, August 15, 2013

2013 EPB/UNF ENVIRONMENTAL SYMPOSIUM

"Innovation, Conservation and Sustainability"

Too often, community leaders focus on the issues of today, instead of clearly visioning the future. As an aid to seeing the path to the future, the City of Jacksonville’s Environmental Protection Board (EPB) and the University of North Florida are proud to present the 2013 Environmental Symposium: Innovation, Conservation & Sustainability. The symposium brings together residents, government agencies, utilities and innovators in a forum designed to foster an atmosphere of cooperation in environmental achievement.  There will also be exhibitors and displays throughout the venue.

This Symposium will benefit

  • Environmental professionals, managers, auditors and coordinators
  • Environmental engineers, planners and consultants
  • Environmental health and safety professionals
  • Plant managers, operators, regulatory affairs and compliance officers
  • Environmental attorneys
  • Environmental service providers
  • Residents concerned about the environment

Date:                    

Friday, August 23, 2013
8:00 am - 4:30 pm 

Location:              

University of North Florida
Adam W. Herbert University Center
5567 St. Johns Bluff Road
Jacksonville, FL  32246

Exhibitor Information

They will have the opportunity for approximately 30 exhibitors to showcase their organizations, products and services.  If you are interested, please make sure to complete the Registration Form.  If there are any questions, please email James Richardson at jrichard@coj.net

Registration Information

Registration is now open!  The symposium is open to all and everyone is encouraged to attend.  The deadline to register is August 16, 2013.  Complete your Registration Form today.

Agenda

The 2013 symposium offers an expanded array of workshops that will focus on topics of interest about key areas of the environment and will highlight areas around our theme of "Innovation, Conservation & Sustainability".

View the tentative agenda here. Second Harvest of North Florida's very own Katie Salz will be a part of the panel and speaking on behalf of "sustainability."

(This information was taken from the City of Jacksonville's site. )