Alaska Association of Environmental Professionals
Our Next Meeting is November 25, 2014 (TUES)


to the Alaska Association of Environmental Professionals (AAEP), the Alaska Chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP). We are a statewide organization that provides an opportunity for technical and regulatory information exchange, a forum for speakers on current topics, and networking with other professionals.

Alaska Association of Environmental Professionals (AAEP)

 2014 Annual Membership Meeting

 Come enjoy pizza and soda while learning about the operational side of this great organization. We want to hear your ideas about how to improve AAEP!

 Plus: Election Results!
Mingle with AAEP members and meet the Board of Directors.
Find out how you can get involved and what’s in store for 2015.  

 The public is welcome – you can join AAEP or renew your membership at the door!

 Tuesday, November 25, 2014

  Doors open at 11:30 a.m.

 Meeting begins at 11:45 a.m.

 BP Energy Center

 900 E. Benson Blvd, Anchorage

 (Seward Highway between 36th and Benson)

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Please Join or Renew Your Membership

Alaska Association of Environmental Professionals (AAEP)

We Are Working to Strengthen Our Membership & Enhance the Benefits of Belonging to AAEP  Go To The Membership Application Page & Download an Application Today Mail it In or Bring to the Next Meeting.


  • AAEP provides a forum to facilitate the exchange of ideas while promoting excellence in our profession. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to our members, our parent organization, and our community.
  • AAEP provides career development opportunities for a range of individuals, from university students to novice or veteran professionals, involved with environmental issues.

The AAEP Chapter was formed to:

  • promote the goals of enhancing, maintaining, and protecting the quality of life in the natural and human environment

  • create an interdisciplinary society of environmental professionals in Alaska

  • encourage the efficient use of resources and improvement of the natural environment

  • provide opportunities for professional development through meetings, conferences, and other activities

  • facilitate communication within the environmental community including colleagues in business, government, and academia

  • adhere to the NAEP Code of Ethics and to the goals of NAEP and the Chapter

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