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November/December 2023

Calling all airheads!

Shannon S Broome and Angela R. Morrison


  • Provides information on SEER’s one-day hybrid conference, on December 5, 2023, focused on the latest developments in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s implementation of the Clean Air Act.
  • Discusses the conference panels and the Clean Air Act topics to be covered.
Calling all airheads!
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The American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) invites you to join other air quality law practitioners for a special one-day hybrid conference focused on the latest developments in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) implementation of the Clean Air Act (CAA). The full day CAA Conference will be held on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, starting at 10 a.m. Eastern. If you are interested in networking, please sign up to view the streamed event from one of several in-person host sites, including Washington, D.C.; Atlanta; Austin; Chicago; Columbia, South Carolina; Denver; Houston; and Kansas City. You can also attend from the comfort of your home or office through virtual streaming. You will not want to miss this rare opportunity to indulge in a full day focused on a wide variety of interesting developments in the CAA world.

We will kick off the day with a speaker from the EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation sharing views on what to expect during the coming year. The ABA has secured an impressive lineup of experts from across the country to discuss the most impactful topics, like how environmental justice will show up in permitting, regulations, and enforcement; the very latest developments in EPA’s groundbreaking moves for motor vehicle and other mobile source greenhouse gas and traditional pollutant regulation, including the transition to electric vehicles; the ever-changing, and often controversial, regulations for new and existing stationary sources—from air toxics to the Clean Power Plan 2.0; the impacts of the most costly but often less-recognized requirements of the Act—the new ambient air quality standards for particulate matter and ozone; and what to expect in enforcement in 2024. Attendees at host sites will also enjoy a live presentation by a local or regional agency representative to hear about new developments specific to their jurisdiction.

Please don't miss this opportunity to gain insights and stay at the forefront of the latest CAA developments while also connecting (in-person or virtually) with colleagues from across the country.