Environmental Permitting Summer School

By: Florida Chamber of Commerce

Earn Continuing Education Credits at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s Premier Environmental Conference July 21-24 in Marco Island

The Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School is attended by more than 850 attorneys, consultants, engineers, state and local government officials, developers, landowners and others with a strong interest in environmental issues in Florida. Program features the most advanced and current instruction available on Florida’s environmental, energy and growth management laws, rules and programs.

The Environmental Permitting Summer School begins on Tuesday, July 21 with two Early Bird Discussion Sessions and concludes on Friday, July 24, 2020.

Choose a personalized curriculum by selecting 10 out of over 70 offered courses. Take advantage of the Chamber’s unique “break-out” format, which provides for small class sizes and the opportunity to interact with other attendees and instructors. Earn continuing education credits and enjoy numerous opportunities to network in a relaxed social setting with the leadership of Florida’s environmental community. In addition, you may register for the one of our Early Bird Discussion Sessions.

Who Should Attend?

• Attorneys
• Architects
• Landscape Architects
• Surveyors and Mappers
• Environmental Managers
• Elected Officials
• Property Appraisers
• Property Assessors
• Local Government
• Environmental Consultants
• Local Chambers
• Water Management Districts

• Builders and Contractors
• Business and Industry
• Engineers
• Planners
• Realtors
• Landowners
• Developers
• Citizen Groups
• Agribusiness
• Tax Assessors
• Economic Development Councils