Craig B. Simonsen, paralegal in the Chicago office of Seyfarth Shaw, will be participating at this year's National Association of Environmental Professionals conference. He will be presenting Survey of Federal and State Brownfield-Related Enforcement, Compliance, and Practice Information Internet Websites at the Hot Topics Lunch, and a training workshop on the Essentials of Environmental Law.
Survey of Federal and State Brownfield-Related Enforcement, Compliance, and Practice Information Internet Websites
With 1000’s of Internet Websites coming onto the Internet every hour, finding useful information is increasingly like navigating a huge maze. This presentation is designed to highlight and illustrate the especially useful sites that are available to environmental professionals and the public over the Internet relating to Brownfields enforcement, compliance, and related information. This is an interactive presentation that allows participants to return to each presented link at any time. To facilitate participant access, the presentation page, with all of its links active, will remain available at www.naep.org indefinitely.
Essentials of Environmental Law
As a professional working in the environmental industry a knowledge of the scope of environmental law and regulatory programs is important. This training course will provide attendees with a basic understanding of the environmental law in the U.S. Specifically, this training course will provide an overview of the major federal environmental laws with their key provisions and regulatory programs, including:
- The Clean Air Act
- The Clean Water Act
- The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
- The Toxic Substances Control Act
- The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
- The Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act
- The Endangered Species Act
- The National Environmental Policy Act
For more information, or to register, please visit the conference's web site.