JMB’s David John to be a Featured Panelist at Top Environmental Permitting Conference
JMB’s Director of Special Projects focused on Florida and the Southeast US, Mr. David John, will be a featured panelist at the Florida Chamber Foundation’s 33rd Annual Environmental Permitting Summer School being held from July 16-19, 2019, at the JW Marriott in Marco Island, Florida. David and his fellow panelists will be discussing “Future Directions for Species Mitigation and Conservation Banking.”
David will be speaking specifically on the Monarch Butterfly and whether it should be listed as an endangered species. He will also be facilitating the discussion on this topic. David’s presentation is entitled “The Monarch Butterfly, should it be listed as an Endangered Species? You can do a lot to help it.”
This conference is one of the largest and longest running conferences of this type and is expected to draw over 800 attendees in 2019. JMB will have two to three employees attending this year on behalf of Southern States Land and Timber, which is a division of JMB.
David has presented many times on this particular panel and in the conference's general sessions. The panel focuses on providing the latest information on Candidate Species Updates, current and future State and Federal mitigation policies related to species, and implications for public and private infrastructure projects. Also covered will be new mitigation policy related to species impacts for all USFWS agency actions under both the CWA and ESA and updated Imperiled Species Action Plans.
David John is part of a staff of experts at JMB who are committed to being knowledgeable about and involved in the mitigation industry.