Call for Participation

Call for Participation OPEN!

It’s Easy to Submit!   Submissions due October 11, 2022!

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

Workshops

Facilitated Discussions & Expert-led Roundtables

Working Group Sessions

Academic Presentations

IT’S EASY TO SUBMIT:
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 info@mitigationbankingconference.com or 800-726-4853 

Submissions due October 11, 2022

NMEMC 2023

May 8–11, 2023
Jacksonville, Florida

IMPORTANT DATES

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