ES2. Selecting and Managing Expert Witnesses to Support Environmental Litigation
ES3. How Federal Agencies Provide Assistance to Communities for Rural and Brownfields Redevelopment
Breakout Session 1: Wednesday, 1:15-2:30 p.m.
1.1 Environmental Management Systems
1.2 Clean Air Act Update
1.3 Critters 2! Success Stories in Species Conservation
1.4 Savannah Harbor Expansion Project Update
1.5 Development Outside of Atlanta: Grants Projects and Private Development Challenges
1.6 Alternative Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure Expansion in Georgia – Natural Gas, Propane and Electric
1.7 Soil Health and Its Impact on Water Quality
Breakout Session 2: Wednesday, 3-4:15 p.m.
2.1 Best Practices for Waste Reduction
2.2 Drone Capabilities and Various Environmental Uses
2.3 A NEPA Case Study: Elba Liquefaction Project
2.4 Changing Stormwater Strategies for a Changing Climate
2.5 Vapor Intrusion as it Relates to Brownfields: What Regulators, Consultants, Attorneys, and Others Wished They Knew About VI
2.6 Alternative Fueled Buses
2.7 Advanced Biofuel Production in Georgia
Breakout Session 3: Wednesday, 4:30-5:45 p.m.
3.1 The State CCR Rule Implementation
3.2 Regional Haze: In Need of Reconsideration, but Can Trump Do It?
3.3 Georgia Coastal and Marine Planning
3.4 Real Time Data: Are We There Yet?
3.5 Thinking Outside the Box with Brownfield and VRP
3.6 Funding Opportunities for Alternative Fuel Vehicles
3.7 Approaches to Sustainable Supply Chains
Breakout Session 4: Thursday, 9:30-10:45 a.m.
4.1 Trends in Managing and Communicating Sustainability Data
4.2 Solarize Georgia
4.3 Ammunition and E-Waste: Profits, Risks and Benefits
4.4 Clean Water Act Panel
4.5 Shovel Ready Certification of Georgia Brownfields: The Georgia Ready for Accelerated Development (GRAD) Program
4.6 2016/17 Legislative Recap
4.7 Energy Efficiency Programs at NRCS for the Agricultural Community
Breakout Session 5: Thursday, 11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
5.1 Sustainable Communities
5.2 Biological Remediation in Low Permeability Soil
5.3 Mitigation Panel: Are We Meeting No Net Loss Objectives?
5.4 Watershed Conservation and Restoration
5.5 Land Protection Branch Update #1
5.6 Transportation 2.0
5.7 Georgia Agriculture Going Vertical: The Search for a Sustainable Food System
Breakout Session 6: Thursday, 2-3:15 p.m.
6.1 Regulatory Updates in GA UST and Federal Waste Programs
6.2 Impact of Climate Change on GA Public Health
6.3 Regulatory Division, Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Update
6.4 State Water Planning in Georgia
6.5 Further Characterization or Just Start Cleaning Up Your Contaminated Site?
6.6 The Ray: A Project to Transform Transportation Corridors for the Future
6.7 Risk and Loss Management
Breakout Session 7: Thursday, 3:45-5 p.m.
7.1 Media, Cars, Planes, and Beer – Corporate Sustainability at its Best!
7.2 Climate Change Resiliency/Adaptation
7.3 Future of Private Property on Barrier Islands
7.4 Nutrient Update: Georgia EPD’s Ammonia and Nitrogen Toxicity Strategy for NPDES Permitting
7.5 Economic Development and Environmental Restoration: Aerotropolis and Porsche Cars North America
7.8 The Worst Plant: A Virtual HS&E Audit
Breakout Session 8: Friday, 9:45-11 a.m.
8.1 Product Stewardship
8.2 Disaster Planning and Recovery
8.3 Georgia’s Gopher Tortoise Initiative
8.4 CWA Permitting Challenges for Surface Water Discharges
8.5 Innovative Treatment and Closure Approaches (Part 1)
8.6 Implementing Energy Savings Programs
8.7 Water Quality Implementation on Georgia’s Golf Courses
Breakout Session 9: Friday, 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
9.3 Recent Fish Kills in Georgia and the Southeast: Causes and Impact On Our Natural Ecosystems
9.4 Contaminants of Emerging Concern: Regulatory and Legal Challenges, and the Science Behind Decision Making
9.5 Solar Power in Agriculture
9.7 Innovative Treatment and Closure Approaches (Part 2)
9.8 Georgia Climate Project
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