The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP) is the premier organization for environmental professionals in the State of Texas. One of the primary aims of TAEP is the advancement of the environmental profession and the establishment of a forum to discuss important environmental issues.
Previous Luncheon Meeting Presentations
Scott Cameron, Former Assistant Director of Water Infrastructure in the Australian Government Environmental Department, June 18th presentation, Introduction to the Murray-Darling Basin Plan: The Australian Government’s Largest Investment in Environmental Management, is available here soon.
Mr. Brian Cowan, Project Manager/Hydrogeologist, P.G., May 21st presentation, Freshwater Mussels & Zebra Mussels in Texas: Regulatory, Environmental, and Engineering Considerations, is available here.
Lisa Gonzalez, VP and COO of Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC), March 19th presentation, The Galveston Bay Report Card, is available here.
Hans Honerlah, program manager and health physicist for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District, February 19th presentation, The STURGIS Decommissioning Project, is available here
Joy Young, Lead Environmental Specialist with Deloitte, January 15th presentation, Navigating Pitfalls in Estimating Costs of Environmental Remediation Liabilities for Financial Reporting Purposes, is available here
Older Luncheon Meeting Presentations can be found on our Archives page.
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July Luncheon Meeting
Wednesday (note day change), July 15th Joint Luncheon Meeting with A&WMA Gulf Coast Chapter
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Speaker: Elizabeth Hendler (8-hour Ozone SIP Coalition) and Rohit Sharma (Lyondell Basell)
Topic: An Analysis of EPA’s 2015 Ozone Standard Proposal
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The 27th edition of the annual Texas Environmental Superconference, Texas's award-winning environmental conference, will be held on Thursday and Friday — August 6th and 7th, 2015 — in Austin at the Four Seasons Hotel. This year's theme is clichés and the conference is fittingly entitled "The Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread"; each topic has an appropriate cliché assigned to it. This conference — the original, the one and only Environmental Superconference — routinely draws in excess of 500 attendees from both the public and private sectors. Don't be fooled by imitations and settle for second best: As Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell noted, "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing Baby!"
Our Wednesday evening session, on August 5th – "Toe the Line" – is an entertaining 2-hour program on ethics for environmental professionals.
The conference has been approved for 11.75 hours in CLE, including 1.0 hour of Ethics. This program has been certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization for 11.75 hours each: Administrative, Civil Trial, Civil Appellate Law, Oil, Gas and Mineral, and Real Estate. There are 2.0 hours of Ethics for the Wednesday evening program.
Because the conference consistently sells out, we encourage you to register early. There will be no walk-in registration.
REGISTRATION IS ONLINE ONLY at: www.texenrls.org.
As always, there are steep discounts for governmental attendees. As noted, registration is online at www.texenrls.org.
Although registration must be made online, participants have the option of paying online by credit card (Paypal)—please note it is not necessary for you to create a Pay Pal account if you do not already have one; you can pay as a "guest;"—or mailing a check, payable to "State Bar of Texas" — Texas Environmental Superconference." Checks may be sent to: Texas Environmental Superconference, 600 Congress, Suite 1300, Austin, TX 78701. See www.texenrls.org for details on payment deadlines.
COURSE BENEFITS INCLUDE:
- Coffee & Pastries each morning
- Lunch on Thursday & Friday
- Complimentary wireless internet connection in the meeting room
- Networking reception on Thursday night
- Friday afternoon ice cream sundaes
The Environmental Superconference is co-sponsored by:
- The State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section
- The Air & Waste Management Association – Southwest Section
- The Water Environment Association of Texas
- The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals
- The Auditing Roundtable, and
- The American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources.
For further information about the conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you in Austin!
State Bar of Texas Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section
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We have rolled out our new membership categories and you may be surprised - there may be a different category that could save you or your company money. New members please review the all membership categories here on our Membership Information page and select the appropriate membership form.
Renewing members should also review these in case your situation fits another category that wasn't previously available. If you still fit the General Member category, there is a new online renewal form located here. If you let your membership expire then you will need to fill-out your information again on a new member form located here.
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We are still tweaking some features to make the forms more user friendly for both members and those of us who volunteer to serve our members, so we welcome your feedback and bear with us as we continue to improve our membership forms. For any questions at all about membership and sending us feedback, contact our Membership Director at email@example.com.