Georgia Environmental Conference
It will be attended by about 500 state, local and federal government officials, business and industry leaders, attorneys, consultants, engineers, developers, landowners, architects, agribusiness leaders, energy experts, water planning districts, universities, public health officials, solid waste and recycling experts and others with a strong interest in Georgia’s environmental programs.
The curriculum offers more than 50 courses, allowing attendees to design their own personalized curriculum while receiving approved continuing education credits. The Georgia Environmental Conference has proven to be a valued educational supplement focused on sustaining the future for the people of Georgia.
Cost is $295 before July 15 and $395 after. For more information and registration, visit georgiaenet.com.