For many years, CES was commissioned to develop conference programs addressing environmental concerns and issues that were synergistic with the Center's mission. Below is a list of some of our previous conferences with links to the websites, conference proceedings, reports and presentations. If you would like more information on our climate change-focused workshops, please go to our main conferences page.
May 9, 2017 • West Palm Beach, Florida
July 19-22, 2015 • Davie, Florida
June 2011 • West Palm Beach, Florida
This Conference brought together researchers, developers, federal and state agencies, industry and scientists to explore cutting-edge science and technology to identify gaps in the current state of knowledge regarding the environmental impacts of renewable ocean energy. The effects on the marine environment of large-scale hydrokinetic and thermal power generation are largely unknown. Marine ecosystems include many protected species which rely on complex food chains and undertake extensive migration patterns. Understanding how the operations of power generation systems will interact with these marine ecosystems will be a critical first step toward deploying equipment in a sustainable fashion.
Held annually, this statewide conference addresses land acquisition and management issues in Florida. PLAM is hosted on a rotating basis by the five Water Management Districts and the Department of Environmental Protection. CES has coordinated these conferences since 2000.
May , 2008 - Cocoa Beach, Florida
The 24th annual conference of the Organization of Wildlife Lands and Realty Specialists (OWLS) provided attendees with an understanding of the challenges confronting Florida's wildlife heritage and showcase what Florida is doing to sustain and conserve habitat in the coming decades.
June 20 – 22, 2007 - Orlando, Florida
This conference provided a forum for the exchange of new ideas, approaches, methods, and pertinent data on applied management of lands held in public trust for conservation and protection. This event was hosted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission along with other resource agencies and organizations.