APEGA members have a wide diversity of occupations and responsibilities. Many are involved in different types of economic development, which should occur in a cost effective and environmentally responsible manner. Professional members explore resources and design economic and sustainable methods of developing them. They develop new projects and public infrastructure and keep existing facilities operating effectively. Responsible environmental management is an inherent part of performing those duties for all professional members, regardless of their discipline. APEGA professionals may or may not be directly managed by other members of APEGA. Regardless, members will expect to be supported in environmentally responsible decisions by management and team members, as they too, have a societal responsibility for wise stewardship of the environment. The primary duty of professional members is to hold paramount the protection of public safety and welfare, with due regard for the environment.
View the members of the environment committee and download the terms of reference document.
Climate change and other environment-related articles from The PEGG.
Reference guidelines for engineers, geologists and geophysicists.
VIDEO PRESENTATIONS:2010 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Video presentations from the professional development 2010 Annual Conference.
Articles listed on this page are environment related.
References to past sustainability and environmental presentations.