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We hope you had a chance to hear our attorneys speak at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 26th annual Environmental Permitting School on Marco Island July 17-20.
Please feel free to contact them if you have any questions about the topics they covered, or if they can help you or your business with legal issue.
|Implementing Florida’s Numeric Nutrient Criteria: These EPA criteria are scheduled to take effect July 6. Implementation will likely generate significant business opportunities for consulting firms in the biological and engineering fields.|
|Planning for Sustainability 101: This session will provide a basic overview of creating a greenhouse gas inventory, and developing and implementing a sustainability plan. Focus is on energy requirements design to receive stimulus funds. Essentials on Obtaining an Environmental Resource Permit: This course will provide a detailed and in-depth breakdown of all components necessary for the environmental professional to obtain an ERP permit in an efficient and effective manner.|
|Property Rights Take Center Stage: This course will discuss the effect of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency,over whether a landowner can contest an agency’s jurisdiction prior to complying with or violating the order. Audience participation encouraged.|
|Federal Wetland Jurisdiction: This course will cover EPA and Army Corps of Engineers guidance over wetlands and other “isolated waters.” Cases reviewed will include Raponos (“significant nexus” test) and Precon (agency guidance documents).|
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