The latest important information from A&WMA
» Call for Abstracts for the Guideline on Air Quality Models due October 15. Submit now!
» Air Quality Measurement Methods and Technology conference abstracts are being accepted until October 22.
» Make your plans to attend the Vapor Intrusion Conference, December 5-6 in Phoenix
» NSR Workshop announced for December 11-12 in Louisville, KY. Register now.
» 2019 Honors & Awards nominations are open. Who do you know that deserves recognition?
All About ACE
June 25-28, 2019
Quebec City, QC, Canada
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The Air and Waste Management Association has been a tremendous influence on my career development....I owe my time practicing at United Airlines to the A&WMA. This tremendous employment opportunity was presented to me – unsolicited -- because another A&WMA member referred me to a colleague who was looking to fill an environmental legal position. That shows the power of getting involved in the professional community and developing your network!
My experience as an environmental lawyer in Chicago has been much richer because of all of the opportunities that the A&WMA has given me. The most important benefit of my involvement, however, has been getting a chance to meet and interact with so many professional friends that I have gotten to know over the years.
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Federal and State Perspectives on National Ambient Air Quality Standards
EM—September 2018: An overview of the U.S. Clean Air Act (CAA) National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) program, with author contributions from the federal government and three state associations.Read More
DISCOVER-AQ: Advancing Strategies for Air Quality Observations in the Next Decade
From the Archive—In case you missed it...here's a look back at the September 2014 issue of EM, which included an overview of the NASA DISCOVER-AQ mission.Read More
Trump Emissions Plan Aims to Boost Coal-Fired Power
Power Magazine: The Trump administration has proposed an overhaul of U.S. power plant emissions rules, unveiling a plan that would allow individual states to determine how they will regulate pollutants. The proposal, called the Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) plan and discussed during the keynote address at the MEGA Symposium in Baltimore, Maryland, on August 21, would essentially dissolve the Obama-era Clean Power Plan (CPP) that the current president said was part of the previous administration's “war on coal.”Read More