ES1 Emergency Response: Managing Liabilities During the Initial Response to a Hazardous Material Release
ES2 CSRA Communities & Rural Development
Breakout Session 1: Wednesday, 1:45-3:00 p.m.
1.2 Sustainable Gardening/Landscaping for the Southeast
1.3 Federal USEPA Superfund Site Redevelopment
1.4 Natural Gas for Transportation in Trucking, Marine, and Rail
1.5 Passive Groundwater Sampling Techniques vs. Low Flow
1.6 Understanding Your Flood Risk
Breakout Session 2: Wednesday, 3:15-4:30 p.m.
2.1 From Working Forests to Your Backyard: How Trees are the Key to a Healthy Ecology in Georgia
2.2 Air Regulation Update
2.3 Electric Vehicles in Georgia
2.4 Sustainability in Aviation
2.5 Critters! Protected Species Perspectives and Updates
2.6 Extension’s Role in Water Resources
Breakout Session 3: Wednesday, 4:45-6:00 p.m.
3.1 The Home Depot’s Environmental and Sustainability Programs
3.2 Community Involvement for Superfund Sites: The Process and Importance of Engaging the Community
3.3 The Ins and Outs of Vapor Intrusion
3.4 Engineering Nature: Case Studies in Ecological Restoration
3.5 Strategies and Tools to Strengthen Compliance and Sustainability
3.7 Georgia Power and EPD: New Approaches to Old Coal Ash
Breakout Session 4: Thursday, 9:45-11:00 a.m.
4.1 Emerging Air Pollutants: A Review of Fine and Ultrafine Particles
4.2 Southeastern States Brownfield Programs
4.3 Monetizing Biogas Capture and Conversion to Energy
4.4 Regulatory Division, Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Update
4.5 Asbestos ASSumptions: Dont!
4.6 Maintaining the Fields of Play in Harmony with Nature
Breakout Session 5: Thursday, 11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
5.1 Georgia EPD Land Protection Branch Program Update
5.2 Smaller Cities, Big Action: Case Studies of City Plans to Accomplish Big Sustainability Goals
5.4 Emerging Contaminants
5.5 Proctor Creek: An Atlanta Urban Watershed Improvement and Revitalization
5.6 Stormwater Utility Trends
5.7 The Worst Plant: A Virtual EH&S Audit
Breakout Session 6: Thursday, 2:15-3:30 p.m.
6.1 Redevelopment Financing Tools
6.2 Sustainable Remediation
6.3 Coastal Georgia Stormwater Issues for Highways, Roads and Bridges (Local Governments)
6.4 System Considerations in Environmental Data Collection and Analysis for Sustainability and Operations Management
6.5 Everything’s Coming Up ROSES (in Remediation)
6.6 Clean Water Act Panel
Breakout Session 7: Thursday, 4:00-5:15 p.m.
7.1 What is a Sustainable Forest?
7.2 GA EPD PSD Inventory Q&A
7.3 GA Brownfields and Voluntary Remediation Program Flexibility for Redevelopment Now
7.4 Reclaiming Our Urban Waterfronts
7.5 Waters, Waters Everywhere
7.6 Integrating Materiality Assessment into Strategic Planning
Breakout Session 8: Friday, 9:15-10:30 a.m.
8.1 Spaceport Camden Coastal Development/Redevelopment
8.2 The Clean Power Plan: Litigation Status, Technical Aspects, and Business Opportunities
8.3 Sustainability in Transportation
8.4 Mitigation Banking: Current Issues and Future Trends
8.5 Metro North Georgia Water Planning District: Regional Water Resources Plan Update
8.6 Pushing the Boundaries of Site Cleanup
Breakout Session 9: Friday, 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
9.1 Unraveling Contaminated Sites: How to Approach Data, History, and Liability
9.2 The Solar Express is coming to a Municipality Near You!
9.5 Trends in Water Resources: Drinking Water
9.6 Changing Solid Waste into Recyclable Commodities
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