ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL OF MAINE

Maine's Environmental Policy Update

  • Thursday, September 26, 2013
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Hannaford Hall, Abromson Center, USM, 88 Bedford Street, Portland

Registration


Registration is closed


Thank you to everyone who attended this forum and to our sponsors.  Pete Didisheim's presentation slides are linked to his name, below.


New! Bangor Videoconference Option!

E2Tech is partnering with Woodard & Curran to offer this forum at their office in Bangor.  When registering for this forum, simply select the Bangor Videoconference option. To allow our hosts to plan for the event, please pre-register no later than Tuesday, September 24.  The office is located at One Merchants Plaza in Bangor.  Directions will be included in the registration confirmation email.


In 2013, the Maine Legislature and its committees considered a diverse portfolio of environmental bills related to paint recycling, mining regulations, wind siting & permitting, consumer products, climate adaptation, petroleum transportation, and many other topics. Following on its successful and informative forum on Maine’s new energy policy, E2Tech is teaming up with the Maine State Bar Association’s Environmental & Energy Law Section to bring regulatory, environmental, business, and legal leaders together to discuss recent legislation and look ahead at activities to interpret, implement and comply with the new laws.



MSBA Section members will receive one hour of CLE credit for participation.


Speakers will include:

  • Patricia Aho, Commissioner, Maine Department of Environmental Protection
  • Pete Didisheim, Advocacy Director, Natural Resources Council of Maine
  • Ben Gilman, Senior Government Relations Specialist, Maine State Chamber of Commerce
  • Jim Katsiaficas, Attorney & Director, Perkins Thompson (Moderator)
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If your organization would like to sponsor this event, please contact Jeff Marks at director@e2tech.org or (207) 956-1970.

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