Last week, the 13th annual Georgia Environmental Conference convened in Jekyll Island for three days of packed programming.
GEC kicked off with a keynote session on Wednesday with Georgia House Natural Resources committee Chair Lynn Smith and Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols. Chairwoman Smith gave an update on the various issues facing her committee under the Gold Dome, such as agricultural metering and the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act. Commissioner Echols spent his time discussing clean energy and electric vehicles.
Some highlights from the panel sessions include: