City wide issues


JANUARY 20, 2017
Conference on
Environmental Protection 
Laws ~ Policies ~ Science ~ Technology

** Note: early registration ends this Friday January 6, 2017

The election of Donald Trump has sent ripples of uncertainty throughout the legal and regulatory communities.  It is an important time to bring together diverse environmental professionals to talk about where we go from here. On January 20, 2017, the Environmental Law Education Center is pulling together a one-dayConference on Environmental Protection: What’s Next?  The entire day will be packed with national and regional experts who will provide valuable insight and information on important legal, regulatory, scientific and technical issues. Speakers will also discuss the future of complex projects such as the Portland Harbor Superfund Site and more.
If you want to spend Inauguration Day with other environmental professionals exploring the next steps, please join us for this dynamic conference. We would love to see you there.
Space is limited.

At the conference, speakers, panelists and participants will explore:

  • The incoming Trump Administration, new US Congress, and the 2017 Oregon Legislature
  • Legal and Regulatory Developments: CERCLA, Oregon Superfund, NRDA and more
  • Federal and State Environmental Cleanup Programs: Priorities and Funding
  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment
  • What’s next at the Portland Harbor Superfund Site?
  • Habitat Restoration & Sediment Remediation
  • Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment
  • Emerging Contaminants, Pharmaceuticals & Personal Care Products

Environmental Law Education Center
PO Box 40748
Portland Oregon 97212
Continuing Education Credits Available
Washington State Bar Association
Oregon State Bar
Contact the Environmental Law Education about
Other Professional Education Credits 

Environmental Law Education Center
1809 NE Stanton St | Portland, OR 97240 | (503) 282-5220


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