Environmental & Energy Public Service Opportunities During COVID

Join us in a unique webinar that will connect members with environmental organizations in the Commonwealth. Come and hear from leaders in these organizations about various volunteer and public service opportunities and learn about how these organizations have managed to pivot during the pandemic....
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PFAS Updates: State Regulatory Framework and Wastewater Discharges Permits

This two-panel CLE will begin with a discussion on recent regulatory updates for MCLs of PFAS in drinking water (recently published PFAS6 MCL), clean-up standards, the costs/obligations associated with those regulations and more....
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MassDEP Air and Climate Priorities for 2021

MassDEP Assistant Commissioner for the Bureau of Air and Waste (BAW), Christine Kirby, will speak about the agency’s policy priorities for the Bureau’s climate mitigation and air programs....
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Assessing and Remediating Former Manufactured Gas Plant Sites

Come and hear about the unique challenges associated with assessing and remediating complex MGP sites from the perspective of municipal/community issues, unique cleanup issues, and legacy contamination issues for current energy companies....
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Clean Peak Energy Standard – Practical and Legal Aspects

Panelists will discuss the newly-adopted and first in the nation Massachusetts Clean Peak Energy Standard, which is designed to provide incentives to clean energy technologies that can supply electricity or reduce demand during seasonal peak demand periods established by DOER....
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Friday Fundamentals: Wetlands Permitting 101

01/22/2021 - 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
This program will provide a basic overview of permitting under the federal Clean Water Act, State Wetlands Protection Act, and local ordinances and bylaws....
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MassDEP Water and Climate Priorities for 2021

MassDEP Assistant Commissioner for the Bureau of Water Resources, Kathy Baskin will speak about the agency’s top policy priorities on various water resources topics....
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To Test or Not to Test? Addressing PFAS in Due Diligence

12/15/2020 - 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
This program will provide a history and general overview of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), their usage and potential impacts on human health, current federal and Massachusetts regulatory frameworks, and the implications....
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Climate Change Damage Litigation Panel Discussion

12/07/2020 - 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Join us as our panel of experts focuses on two key high-profile damages cases at the forefront of this issue: Juliana v. United States, and Conservation Law Foundation v. ExxonMobil Corp....
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So, You Want to be an Energy Lawyer?

Interested in Energy Law? Join us to hear from an expert panel of energy lawyers, of differing experience levels, who will describe their various career paths, daily work, and thoughts on how to succeed in the energy sector....
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A Primer: Chapter 21E Hazardous Waste Cleanups and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan

A panel of experienced environmental attorneys and consultants will provide an introduction and overview to the Massachusetts hazardous waste cleanup requirements under Chapter 21E and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan....
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Environmental Justice Stories: Community, Municipal, and State Updates

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from environmental justice leaders on the latest municipal and state initiatives, community campaigns, and pending legislation....
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FERC’s Changing Commissioners

Come hear from experienced FERC practitioners about how Commissioner McNamee’s departure and the potentially two new commissioners may affect FERC policy and decisions....
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Environmental Justice, Public Health, and Covid 19

07/27/2020 - 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
The program is going to discuss the evidence linking the connection between COVID-19 and Environmental Justice communities....
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