Clean Air:
Law, Policy, and Practice

Fifth Annual Advanced Course of Study

12/01/2011 - 12/02/2011

Clean Technology, Environmental Permitting + Regulation, Environmental Litigation, and Energy Regulatory

Arnold & Porter
555 Twelfth Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20004

Speaking Engagement
800-CLE-NEWS (800-253-6397) (Reference Course Code: CT035)

Over the course of more than 13 hours of instruction, including a full hour of ethics, this program provides a comprehensive discussion of the most significant and complex Clean Air Act issues faced by regulators, the regulated community, and the public. It also examines the interplay and tension between science and policy, between costs and benefits, and between federal and state authorities in implementing the Clean Air Act. An optional introductory lecture on the structure and substance of the Act is presented on Thursday morning for the benefit of registrants unfamiliar with the Act or interested in a refresher.

A faculty composed of senior public officials, staff from the United States Congress, federal and state regulators and enforcement attorneys, experienced private and corporate practitioners, and public interest advocates from across the country examine matters of great current interest, including:

  • The most recent developments in the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, including EPA’s ozone standard and the transport rules
  • The federal and state air enforcement initiatives, and the industries targeted for increased inspection
  • The most recent status of New Source Review regulatory reforms and renewed enforcement efforts
  • EPA’s approach to addressing mercury and other hazardous air pollutants
  • Tips from experts on how to settle a civil or criminal Clean Air Act case
  • The new EPA rules for quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions
  • The latest trends in the development of regional and state cap-and trade programs, including the new regulations for trading, offsetting, and banking in the California program
  • New developments and policy concerning Title V permitting

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