NEPA Essentials Workshop

AEP

#9127732

Wednesday, June 21, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CDT

San Diego, CA, United States

CM | 6.50

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Overview

California AEP’s Summer NEPA Essentials Workshop is designed to inform consultants, regulators, applicants, and industry professionals on the basics of NEPA practice, as well as emerging trends and issues in practice, policy, and case law. The curriculum will focus on the following topics: » NEPA’sframework » Determining NEPA application » Required scope and content of NEPA documents » Determining which NEPA pathway tofollow » Common NEPA mistakes and how to avoid them » Integrating NEPA with other laws » Recent policy and legal updates

Resource URL

http://califaep.org/images/nepa_workshops/2017/NEPA_Essentials_Workshop_Flyerfinal5.1.17.pdf

Speakers

Michael Smith

Michael is a Principal with ENERCON in Oakland, an architectural engineering, environmental, technical and management services firm providing a broad range of professional services to private, public, and government sector clients throughout the United States and internationally. His current work focuses on providing project and program management, technical analysis and ... Read More

Corinne Lytle Bonine

Corinne is the Managing Environmental Planner and a Senior Project Manager at Chambers Group with over 10 years of experience. She has extensive experience managing large- and small-scale NEPA and CEQA projects and has served as an expert witness on dozens of projects. As part of her environmental and regulatory ... Read More

Anne Beaumont

Anne Beaumont is a counsel with Perkins Coie’s Environment, Energy & Resources practice. She has extensive experience representing clients in environmental, regulatory and litigation matters involving natural resources, tribal issues, telecommunications, land use and the siting and defense of large-scale infrastructure and energy projects. She represents utilities, energy developers, and ... Read More

Kelly Finn

Kelly supports the Navy Region's Encroachment Program Office in San Diego and is the Community Planning Liaison Officer (CPLO) assigned to the Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach. She is currently responsible for outreach and engagement with federal, state and local governments, private land owners, community representatives and other stakeholders ... Read More

Contact Info

Lynne Bynder, lbynder@meetingsxceptional.com