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Institute of Environmental Research and Education

JEPB-UNF Environmental Symposium

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The Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board and the Institute of Environmental Research and Education partner to host an annual environmental symposium. Each year the symposium presents a unique opportunity for members of the community to interact with the regulatory agencies responsible for developing and implementing environmental policy. The symposium provides valuable opportunities for communication and helps to further the goal of protecting our limited natural resources and improving the quality of life in Northeast Florida.

Mark your calendar to join us for the 2024 JEPB-UNF Environmental Symposium on Friday, October 11, 2024 hosted at the Adam W. Herbert University Center alongside representatives from government agencies, utilities and innovators in a forum designed to foster an atmosphere of cooperation in environmental achievement.


Attendees enjoy the opportunity to attend two keynote addresses, breakout sessions and network with exhibitors. Registration will open in the fall of 2024. 


UNF students, set aside time to join us as a volunteer on Friday, October 11 to sit in on key breakout sessions while representing the Institute.  Contact us regarding the wonderful opportunity to volunteer while making connections with private business, nonprofit and government agency representatives.

Past Symposium

With the release of the Jacksonville’s Resilience Strategy, the 2023 River Report, welcoming remarks by President Limayem and Mayor Deegan, and a progressive agenda providing education, updates and goals, the 2023 symposium was filled with insight. For more information on the keynote speakers, breakout sessions and exhibitors that were in attendance check out the 2023 JEPB-UNF Environmental Symposium: From Vision to Action: Achieving a Resilient Jacksonville website.