Call for Participation

Call for Participation – now only accepting on-demand presentations!

It’s Easy to Submit!  Deadline for on-demand submissions is 3/31.

NMEMC takes the practical approach to making the link on policy, practice and science across the different approaches to mitigation of wetlands, species, carbon, water quality and related environmental markets.

A mix of opportunities to participate!

Panel Discussions

Traditional Sessions

Individual Presentations

Example or Case Study


Facilitated Discussions & Expert-led Roundtables

Working Group Sessions

Academic Presentations

Information required for submissions:

  1. Title of Submission
  2. Description
  3. Name, Title, Organization, City, State, and Email. Short bio.
  4. Select FORMAT:
    • Panel (developed panel; brief remarks followed by moderated Q&A)
    • Traditional Session (developed session of ideally three presentations with moderator; typically for lessons learned and case studies)
    • Individual Presentation (propose this if you are not part of a developed session and would like to be considered for inclusion in a session with others.)
    • Example or Case Study
    • Workshop (1 or more facilitators teaching at a beginning or advanced level)
    • Facilitated Discussion or Expert-Led Topic Table (ideal for new or emerging ideas, highly-debated topics, and for expert-led roundtables)
    • Working Group (longer, in-depth working session on specific issue in an effort to develop solutions and find common ground)
    • Academic Presentation (on-demand) (Ideal for sharing research, studies and other academic pursuits)
  5. Select CATEGORY:
    • The Business & Practice.
      Examples of practice/process/business that educate and train and improve — financial assurances, site selection, credit determinations and calculations, long-term stewardship, partnerships, easements, etc.
    • Science & Technology Data, Tools & Technology, Science. From design methods, functional assessments to tools, databases, programs, technology used for assessing, monitoring, tracking, transparency, efficiency, and accountability.
    • Improving and Streamlining Practice, Process, Permitting. Ideas and examples for improvements in practice, process, permitting, keeping in mind transparency, accountability, and efficiency. Some examples may include crediting scenarios, multi-benefit banking and other approaches, etc.
    • Emerging Markets, Trends & Opportunities. Examples of emerging opportunities and trends such as spending initiatives, Infrastructure, and Inflation Act, 30×30, America the Beautiful, collaboration, and partnerships, etc.
    • Policy, Legislation, Legal (Federal, State, Local, Tribal Communities). Policies, legislation and legal, and their impact on mitigation an environmental markets.
    • Other
  6. Select TOPIC:
    • Accounting and Valuing Natural Assets
    • Agriculture, Energy, Forestry, Transportation, Other Sectors & Mitigation & Environmental Markets
    • Best Practices for Efficiency, Transparency and Accountability/ Improving and Streamlining Permitting
    • Carbon Sequestration, Markets, and Integration with Mitigation, Mitigation Banking and Ecological Restoration
    • Climate Impact and Resiliency Solutions, Natural Disaster Mitigation (flood, fire, natural infrastructure, etc.)
    • Coastal Mitigation, Conservation, Restoration
    • Collaboration across NGOs, Business and Government, Banks, ILFs, Tribal Communities, Others
    • Credits / Offsets–Contracting, Calculating, Crediting Scenarios (404, NRDA, Nutrient, Carbon, Species, Wildfire, etc)
    • Due Diligence for Regulators, Providers, Clients/Impactors, and Landowners
    • Easements and Entitlements – Challenges & Solutions (easements, mineral rights, cultural, water rights, etc.)
    • Emerging Markets, Trends, Approaches, Practices, International Opportunities
    • ESGs and Mitigation and Environmental Markets
    • Financial Assurances, Endowments
    • Habitat, Species and Conservation Banking and Outcome-Based Approaches
    • Impactor / Client Trends in Mitigating Impacts, Understanding and Finding the Right Option
    • Improving Compensatory Mitigation
    • Infrastructure Bill, 30×30, America the Beautiful, Others & Inclusion of Mitigation Banking, Environmental Markets
    • Innovative Technology, Databases, Monitoring, Tracking Tools
    • Land Stewardship, Long-Term Management and Stewardship
    • Landowners – Understanding and Finding the Right Option
    • Legislative, Policy, Courts (Federal, States, Local and Tribal Communities)
    • Mitigation Approaches – Compensatory, Pay for Performance, Outcome-Based, Other
    • Mitigation on Public Lands
    • Multi-Credit/Resource/Benefit Banking & Markets (Species, Wetlands, Streams, NRDA, Nutrient, WQ, Carbon, etc)
    • Nutrient Trading
    • P3s (public, private partnerships) in Conservation, Mitigation & Restoration
    • Performance Standards, Adaptive Management, Standards Beyond Hydrology or Vegetation
    • Preservation as Compensation
    • Professional Standards, Ethics, Diversity & Inclusion, Mentoring Small Business
    • Regulatory Activities that Support Mitigation Banking and Environmental Markets
    • Sales & Marketing
    • Stream and Wetland Banking and Mitigation, Restoration
    • Status and Trends
    • Tribal Community Perspectives and Trends
    • Water Quality Trading, Water Quantity Approaches, Practice
    • Other
  7. SUBMIT by October 1.

When Will I Be Notified of Acceptance? Submitters will be notified as early as December 1, 2022.

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Questions? contact us at or 800-726-4853 

Submissions due October 11, 2022

NMEMC 2023

May 8–11, 2023
Jacksonville, Florida


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