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Environmental Learning and Activist Opportunities Fall 2018

Nikki Descoteaux  | Published on 9/24/2018

Environmental Learning and Activist Opportunities Fall 2018


Sign up for the Webinar!
FREE Trouble in Paradise Webinar
Wednesday, September 19 from noon to 1:30; *Archived version available on September 20.
Download the Trouble in Paradise report.

With leadership from the late Nathaniel Pryor Reed, 1000 Friends of Florida, Apalachicola
Riverkeeper, Defenders of Wildlife, Florida Defenders of the Environment, Florida Springs
Council, Florida Springs Institute, Florida Wildlife Corridor, Florida Wildlife Federation and
League of Women Voters of Florida have released Trouble in Paradise. This report shares
with Florida elected officials and candidates for office six key environmental issues facing our
state and overarching strategies to address them. The webinar will include discussion of key
issues followed by questions and answers with the report partners. This event has been
approved for 1.5 AICP CM for planners (#9156678), 2 General CLE for Florida attorneys
(#1806387N), and .15 CEUs (certified under 381.0101, FS) for Florida Environmental Health
Professionals



John Marshall Everglades Symposium
The John Marshall Everglades Symposium
The Everglades: A Citizen's Action Agenda
September 22, 2018 9:00am - 4:00pm
Palm Beach Atlantic University, Weyenberg Hall, West Palm Beach


Join us as we roll up our sleeves and work together to identify priorities for the
Everglades, Water Quality, Climate Change & Sea Level Rise, and Human Health &
the Environment.


Contact Us. 18001 Old Cutler Road, Suite 625. Palmetto Bay, Florida 33157.
Phone: (305) 251-0001, info@evergladesfoundation.org



October 5 Workshop in West Palm Beach. Palm Beach County 2070.
Vista Center, WPB. Friday, October 5 from 9am to 4:45 pm
Cost $20
(lunch included, scholarships available)
Register NOW!


What does the future hold for Palm Beach County? Can the county accommodate the more
than 750,000 new residents anticipated by 2070 and still maintain its quality of life and natural lands?

Join us in West Palm Beach on October 5 to explore how Palm Beach County should grow,
with experts on conservation, planning, urban development, economic development and
citizen engagement sharing their perspectives. What can we do today to prepare for a better
tomorrow in PBC.