After the reelection of President Obama in November 2012, U.S. citizens and organizations alike await the impacts that the second term will have on issues like energy and climate change. Cabinet-level agencies including the Interior, Energy, and the Environmental Protection Agency, have been appointed new leaders in 2013, which could be influential to the future direction of environmental regulation.
Political agendas can give some insight to future regulatory change, but it is imperative to focus on what regulation has already affected business in the first half of 2013. Enhesa's core advantage is its ability to immediately identify EHS regulatory trends as they develop, and analyze how they will impact operations now and for the years to come.
Drawing on these capabilities, Enhesa crafted this webinar to assist companies in understanding which EHS areas in the United States have been emphasized in 2013 thus far and what to prepare for going forward.
The webinar focused specifically on:
- U.S. EHS regulatory trends in growth of legislation, topic areas and enforcement practices
- The latest U.S. developments and future predictions of what's to come in the areas of:
- Climate Change and Clean Energy
- Green Chemistry and Product Stewardship
- Air Pollution
- Water Resources
- Occupational Safety and Health
Rachel Degenhardt, North America Team Lead and EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa
Jonathan Nwagbaraocha, EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa