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 Jones, Galveston Bay Foundation, February 16th presentation, Storm Surge Mitigation Concepts for the Houston-Galveston Area is available here
Rachel Turney-Work, Enercon Services, Inc., January 19th presentation, Geospatial Data Solutions for Site and Corridor Siting Projects, is available here
Older Luncheon Meeting Presentations can be found on our Archives page.
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Updated January 25, 2017
1 new Environmental Associate position
Updated March 11 2017
March 2017 Luncheon Meeting
Thursday, March 16th
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
8505 Cypress Street Houston, Texas
Speaker: David Lehmann, Technical Services Director at G2-IS
Topic: Hazardous Liquid Pipelines and Public Drinking Water Supplies: Managing Risk, Dollars, and Sense
Bio: David Lehmann is the Technical Services work-stream director at G2-IS in Houston and provides health, safety, and environmental (HSE) support for pipeline and oil and gas property transfers, environmental risk management, impact assessments, and regulatory compliance. A member of T.A.E.P. and the Houston Geological Society, Mr. Lehmann has presented papers (2012 and 2015) and chaired a session (2012) at T.A.E.P.’s annual Environmental Challenges and Innovations Conference.
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NAEP 2017 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION AND SCHEDULE INFORMATION
The 2017 NAEP Annual Conference will be held in the Durham Convention Center in Durham, North Carolina, March 27 - 30, 2017!
NAEP is pleased to announce that registration rates have not been increased this year. Please note that there are added savings if you are a speaker or a government employee.
Excellent training sessions are being offered on Monday, March 27. In-depth NEPA training will be available all day, as will sessions on Air Quality. The Air Quality segments can also be taken as half-day session(s), as can sessions on Ecosystem Services and Wildlife Habitat.
See the Schedule at a Glance BY CLICKING HERE. Four concurrent oral sessions in each of the time frames will be supplemented by off-property tours on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The tours will encompass Ecosystem Restoration, Brownfields, Duke University's Stream and Wetland Assessment Management Park, and a Duke Forest Tour.
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The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals is pleased to announce that the Ninth Annual Environmental Challenges and Innovations Conference Gulf Coast 2017 will take place on October 19, 2017 at the Hilton Westchase, 9999 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas 77042. This one-day event will provide a local forum for environmental professionals in the industry, government agencies, and consulting service companies, as well as university students in the greater Houston area to share technical presentations with their peers.
More information will follow soon.
Click here to see the new President's Page! - updated February 6, 2017
TAEP Board of Director Elections for 2017/18 are now open!
Please visit our Annual Elections Page for candidate biographies and instruction on how to vote.
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