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How to Successfully Comply With Key Federal Environmental Permitting and Review Requirements (EGY718E)

Presented by: Michael D. Smith
 
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60 minutes
  •  Tue, July 31, 2018
Event Description

Understand the Key Requirements of NEPA, ESA, CWA, CAA & NHPA to Avoid Environmental Compliance Pitfalls

Many federal agency and private sector projects in energy, transportation, and construction, to name a few, are delayed substantially by poor compliance with key federal environmental laws, such as NEPA, ESA, CWA, CAA, and NHPA. Litigation involving compliance is a frequent occurrence – and often leads to lengthy delays in project approvals. In such a scenario, how do you ensure proper compliance and avoid costly project delays?

You’ll figure that out in this information-packed webinar by Michael D. Smith, Ph.D., one of the nation’s leading environmental compliance experts and a long-time consultant to federal agencies and industry. Smith will provide expert insights on the key compliance requirements of the five most important federal environmental permitting laws, teach you the key strategies for complying in the most efficient and defensible manner, and explain the important role played by federal courts in reviewing environmental compliance.

You will learn how to: prepare defensible environmental analyses, develop strategies to coordinate environmental review of projects that trigger multiple federal environmental laws, and respond to recent administrative and legislative initiatives to increase the efficiency of the environmental permitting process.

After attending this webinar, you will understand the key legal and compliance requirements of NEPA, ESA, CWA, CAA, and the NHPA, and will be able to identify and avoid federal environmental compliance pitfalls.

Session Highlights

This expert presentation will cover:

  • Key compliance requirements for:
    • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
    • Endangered Species Act (ESA)
    • Clean Water Act (CWA)
    • Clean Air Act (CAA)
    • National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)
  • How NEPA often serves as an “umbrella” statute
  • How to best integrate multiple permitting requirements for development projects
  • The role of federal courts and litigation with the key federal permitting laws
  • Recent administrative and legislative initiatives involving key federal environmental permitting laws

Session Objectives

You will learn:

  • The important role of the federal courts in the review of environmental compliance
  • How to prepare defensible environmental analyses
  • Strategies to best manage coordinating environmental review of projects that trigger multiple federal environmental laws
  • How best to respond to recent administrative and legislative initiatives targeting increasing the efficiency of the environmental permitting process

Who Should Attend

  • Federal, state, and local agency representatives
  • Industry executives and managers
  • Environmental consultants
  • Scientists and engineers
  • Educators
  • Attorneys
  • NGO group representatives
  • Energy resource managers and planners
  • Renewable energy professionals
  • Transportation planning and permitting sector professionals
About Our Speaker(s)

Michael D. Smith
Michael D. Smith is a nationally-recognized leader in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) compliance with over 25 years’ experience in project and program management, technical analysis, policy development, and training/education for a wide range of public and priv... More info

 
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