The Georgia Brownfield Association has announced that its Seventh Annual Brownfield Seminar will be held virtually June 22 & 23, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
It features over two dozen of the region’s environmental leaders providing critical updates on brownfield revitalization and environmental justice issues and opportunities that are helping transform communities around the state.
Each year, GBA’s Brownfield Seminar attracts more than 200 of the state and region’s leading development, legal, engineering, risk management, economic development, and other professionals with a shared interest in cleaning and redeveloping contaminated properties and revitalizing surrounding areas around the state.
GBA is applying for attendees to earn up to eight hours of CLE credits, pending approval from the State Bar of Georgia, and will provide certificates of completion to other professionals. Presenters include the following, plus others:
The Georgia Brownfield Association (GBA) is a non-profit advocacy and education organization formed by leading development, legal, engineering, risk management, economic development and other professionals with a shared interest in cleaning and redeveloping contaminated properties and revitalizing surrounding areas in the State of Georgia.
The Georgia Brownfield Association was formed to ensure our state benefits from the continued clean up of, and reinvestment in, environmentally impacted and underutilized properties in Georgia. The association continues the efforts of many of its members to help ensure the most supportive legislative and regulatory environment – and to educate business, civic, community and government leadership about the benefits of revitalization.
Registration Rates: $150 for GBA 2021 Corporate Members / $150 for GBA 2021 Individual Members / $75 for Government Employees and Students / $200 Non-members.
A limited number of need-based scholarships will be provided to community members interested in participating in the Seminar to learn how to further environmental justice and brownfield remediation efforts in their communities. Applications are due June 11, 2021.
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