NAEP Webinar: Ethics for the Environmental Professional

January 16, 2019

Richard Burke, CEP and Timothy Perry, Esq.
Marie Campbell, NAEP President

This webinar is designed to provide environmental professionals with a deeper understanding of how to ensure ethical behavior in today’s world. Attendees will have a chance to learn the bases for ethical systems, appropriate ethical behavior toward our environment, and best practices for preventing unethical conduct in the workplace. To increase awareness of ethics across practices, examples of ethical codes used in the engineering and legal profession will be compared with those established in NAEP’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for Environmental Professionals. Sufficient time will be available so questions can be discussed and participants can learn how to apply what is presented to their professional lives. 

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NAEP Opportunity: Involvement, Engagement, and Leadership

March 28, 2019

Heidi Hartmann, Land Resources and Energy Policy Program Manager
Laura ThorneBS, PMP Performance Improvement Specialist
Marie Campbell, NAEP President

Ron Deverman, CEPNAEP Fellow; Associate Vice-President, HNTB

A free, informational webinar to learn more about NAEP volunteer opportunities, share personal stories, discuss techniques for getting involved and staying involved and announce upcoming events.

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Upcoming NAEP Webinars

Exceptional Public Involvement in the Era of Streamlining

Wednesday, August 29, 2018 | 3:00-4:30pm ET

With increased pressure to streamline the NEPA process through various Executive Orders, Secretarial Orders, and Rulemaking efforts, public involvement has become a key topic in this national conversation.   As part of this webinar, panelists will share their perspectives on public involvement in this changing policy environment.  Speakers will discuss ways in which the public involvement process can be reimagined for project success.  Specific tips and tools will be shared with participants regarding how the public involvement process can help further the goals of streamlining.  Methods to expand and enhance the use of online engagement will be highlighted.  In addition, panelists will discuss innovative ideas regarding NEPA documents themselves as one of the primary public involvement instruments.  Please join us for this important topic!


  • Shannon Stewart, NAEP Board Member


  • Steve Wolf, MCP3, IAP2 USA Board Director
  • Janet Guinn, SWCA Environmental Consultants
  • Ray Outlaw, Enviroissues
  • David Mattern, Parametrix

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Upcoming webinar topics and projected months of occurrence:

  • September – Programmatic Permits
  • October – Project Management for NEPA Training
  • November – Addressing Emergency Actions
  • December – Ethics Training for Environmental Professionals

NAEP and APU 3-Part Webinar Series

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Part 1: Environmental Projects and the Clean Water Act

Thursday, March 29, 2018
3:00 - 4:00 PM [ET]

Part 2: Environmental Projects and the Clean Air Act

Thursday, August 23, 2018
3:00 - 4:00 PM [ET]

Have you ever wondered how environmental projects relate to clean air and how your career trajectory might get you into this exciting field? If so, please join us for Environmental Projects and the Clean Air Act, a live webinar presented by a panel of air quality practitioners discussing how air quality relates to real-world environmental projects. During this webinar, you will hear about Climate Action Plans, sustainability planning, and greenhouse gases and criteria pollutants. You will also learn how local long-term monitoring for National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) can save time and promote early detection and the protection of human health. Through case studies, including monitoring, modeling, and emergency response, you will gain an appreciation for the complexity of air quality work and possible career directions.

This webinar runs live Thursday, August 23, 2018, 3 p.m. (ET) with time for questions and answers, and will be recorded for on-demand viewing, available on your schedule. Environmental Projects and the Clean Air Act is the second in a three part webinar series running in 2018 sponsored by American Public University (APU) and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP). Registration opens a week prior to the webinar, so save-the-date on your calendar today!

Part 3: Environmental Projects and the Endangered Species Act

Thursday, October 25, 2018
3:00 - 4:00 PM [ET]

Join us for our seventh exciting year of interactive webcasts with our environmental industry experts brought to you by American Public University and the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP)! National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP) and American Public University (APU) have shared efforts through an educational alliance with the goal to help prepare environmental professionals to advance in their field through career-relevant education. With this goal in mind, NAEP and American Public University leaders are collaborating on a seventh year of webcast series focused on career preparation and professional development for environmental professionals.

The 2018 webinar series will showcase environmental projects that incorporate federal environmental legislation in real world applications. Presenting case studies for discussion, the webinar series targets an audience of early career professionals, including students, but mid- to late- career professionals should also find the topics interesting and perhaps gain new insights from current case studies addressing the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Endangered Species Act. Webinars are offered free of charge for NAEP members and APU students, faculty, and staff. Please add these to your schedule and plan to join us!

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