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The Complete Legislative History of NEPA


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Course Title: The Complete Legislative History of NEPA
Course ID: POL-310
Status: OPEN
Date(s): June 13, 2017: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Location: Reference Document Download
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Instructor: Danny C. Reinke, PhD
Tuition: $60

**Current students (with ID) may receive this product for 50% off ($30). Email copy of current student ID to [email protected] with subject line "Student Discount, NEPA Leg History"

 

Description: *This is a download of an interactive, searchable database of NEPA reference documents. When clicking “Add to Cart”, you will be taken to a page where you will download the material immediately after completing payment. To view the product, you will need Adobe Reader.

This unique tool contains all the records, reports, references and official statements about the National Environmental Policy Act since it’s inception in 1969. NEPA expert Danny Reinke, PhD has spent years compiling, cataloguing and indexing the hundreds of reports containing thousands of pages of data and reference material, in order to create a user-friendly, searchable database to help NEPA professionals find the information they need to support their work.

The legislative history of NEPA did not stop on 1 January 1970. Congress continues to have oversight, streamlining, and issue related public hearings, testimony and reports. Download this valuable reference tool, and have the complete history of NEPA at your fingertips.

**Current students (with ID) may receive this product for 50% off ($30). Email copy of current student ID to [email protected] with subject line "Student Discount, NEPA Leg History"

Intended Audience:Federal agency staff and decision makers, attorneys, consultants, as well as members of environmental organizations and interested citizens who are seeking historical information and/or precedents for NEPA actions.

Continuing Education Units: CEUs

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The interactive Complete Legislative History of NEPA tool contains: • The Complete Legislative History of NEPA • All the Congressional Records, statements and floor debate • All the public hearings and committee reports • Copies of proposed bills and amendments

About the Instructor

Danny C. Reinke, PhD

Danny C. Reinke, PhDDr. Reinke has more than 20 years of NEPA experience working for private consulting firms and for DoD and other federal agencies. Currently he works at Edward AFB, CA where he is a Senior Environmental Scientist for NEPA and Natural Resources issues. Before coming to Edwards AFB he worked for the Army National Guard at both the installation and NGB headquarters level where he developed the initial NEPA guidance for the Army National Guard. Dr. Reinke received a BS in Biology/Chemistry from Southwestern Oklahoma State College (1973) and a MS in Botany (1975) and PhD in Plant Ecology (1980) from the University of Kansas. Dr. Reinke is a member of numerous national and international environmental organizations and is the senior author of two books. “The NEPA Reference Guide” 1999 Battelle Press and “Endangered Species, Legal Requirements and Policy Guidance”2001 Battelle Press both coauthored with Lucinda Low Swartz.

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  • With fewer than 8 days notice, there is no course credit available


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