Documenting Air Quality Analysis and Findings in the NEPA Process

Description

This is a complimentary program sponsored by AASHTO. 

ASHTO 

This webinar will provide highlights of the recently published Practitioner’s Handbook on documenting air quality analysis and findings in the NEPA process.  Topics covered will include coordination of NEPA compliance with air quality regional and project-level conformity determinations required under the Clean Air Act; documentation of air quality conformity analyses findings; and consideration of criteria pollutants, mobile source air toxics, and greenhouse gas emissions under NEPA. The webinar will include a presentation followed by Q&A with air quality experts from FHWA and State DOTs.

Educational Objectives:
• Provide attendees an overview of the recently published Practitioner’s Handbook on documenting air quality analysis and findings in the NEPA process.
• Coordination of NEPA compliance with air quality regional and project-level conformity determinations required under the Clean Air Act.
• Consideration of criteria pollutants, mobile source air toxics, and greenhouse gas emissions under NEPA.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Practitioners working with federal, state and local transportation and environmental agencies, metropolitan planning organizations and associations; environmental consulting firms; engineering companies; environmental groups; law firms representing transportation and/or environmental interests.

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This program is no longer eligible for CLE credit in the state of Missouri.

Presenter

Bill Malley
  • Partner
  • Perkins Coie

Bill Malley is a partner of the Perkins Coie law firm in Washington, DC. Bill s practice focuses on helping clients primarily State DOTs and other public agencies to navigate the planning and environmental review process for major transportation projects. Bill also serves as an advisor to AASHTO on legislative and policy issues, and has been extensively involved in developing the project delivery provisions in SAFETEA LU, MAP 21, and the FAST Act. On behalf of the Center for Environmental Excellence, Bill helped to create the AASHTO Practitioner s Handbook series, and has served as the lead author or editor for many of the handbooks in the series.

Continuing Education

Credits:
COA, 1.0 CLE
Prerequisite:
A basic understanding of NEPA and related regulations.
Level:
Intermediate
Production Date:
11/25/2017