We hope you will join students and faculty in UF Law’s Environmental, Land Use and Real Estate Program for the 26th annual Public Interest Environmental Conference in at the UF Law Campus in Gainesville, Feb. 6 – 8th. This year’s theme is a nod to the growing grass roots interest in the “Rights of Nature,“ and its expression in theory and application. The opening reception will take place in the Florida Museum of Natural History with a keynote address by renowned scientists, Doug and Pat Soltis, part of a team harnessing big data, super computers and DNA sequencing to construct “The Tree of Life,”
After the stage setting plenary session, panels include:
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