John Hebert - Sustainable and “Liveable” Coastal Cities – Disaster Recovery and Planning: Case Studies

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

John L. Hebert has over 35 years of professional experience as a geologist, which includes nearly 30 years working in environmental science, with special emphasis on hydrogeological evaluations and contaminant assessments. Specific areas of expertise include the evaluation of distribution, environmental fate and transport including emergency planning, risk-based property assessment and multi-media environmental compliance audits for industry. He has particular experience in evaluating impacts and compliance associated with the upstream and midstream oil and gas exploration and development industry, as well as in complex Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) issues including corrective action. 

John is a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) expert and has been instrumental in evaluating the environmental and human resource impacts of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-funded projects for disaster recovery in Louisiana in the aftermath of major hurricanes. His regulatory expertise extends to in-depth knowledge of federal and Louisiana environmental regulations as they relate to the effects of contaminants on human health and environment and various solutions to avoid or mitigate such effects.

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