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2019 Specialty Certification and Membership Renewals

AAEES Specialty Certifications Must Be Renewed Annually

If you still have not renewed your specialty certification for 2018, it is considered expired. To maintain your AAEES Board Certification, you must renew your specialty certification annually

Notices for 2018 were mailed in December 2017. Complete the form or click here to download a blank one and FAX it to 410-266-7653. If you download a blank form, please remember to include your name and other required information.

Notices for 2019 will be emailed beginning in early September.

You may also renew online today by following these easy steps.

  • Go to https://netforumpro.com/eWeb/StartPage.aspx?Site=AAEES.
  • Log in to your account
  • Click on the Renew Now! button.
  • Click on the link for your Member type. Your 2019 Renewal will automatically appear under Dues Rate.
  • Please answer the questions at the bottom of the screen and key in your full name in the Signature Box.
  • Following those items is a listing of topical awards that the Academy manages. If you are interested in supporting an award or the Academy with a gift, please select the appropriate fund from the drop down menu at the bottom of the page and indicate the amount you would like to contribute. We sincerely appreciate your generosity. Please note that donations to the Environmental Engineering and Science Foundation must now be made at http://www.eesfoundation.org.
  • Click Add to Cart.
  • You may use this opportunity to purchase additional items from the AAEES Center. When you are finished, select Check Out
  • Enter your payment information and click Purchase Now.

After renewing, please be sure to review and update the information under the "My Information" tab in your profile.

For BCEEs, BCEEMs, or BCESs, additional information can be found at under Specialty Certification Renewal.

Thank you for your continued commitment to advancing the practice of environmental engineering and science and for your support of the Academy's vital mission and goals.


AAEES Members in the News

Release of Treated Wastewater From Hydraulic Fracturing Contaminates Lake

Date: September 7, 2017
Source: The Rolla Daily News

Can good come from a disaster? Missouri S&T Professor, Dan Oerther hopes so. He's working with a team of development professionals and finance experts across the Caribbean to answer this question. As the cleanup from Hurricane Harvey continues, and we assess the devastation from Hurricane Irma, many are asking, 'Is there any way to avoid such devastation?'

Can good come from a disaster? Missouri S&T Professor, Dan Oerther hopes so. He's working with a team of development professionals and finance experts across the Caribbean to answer this question. As the cleanup from Hurricane Harvey continues, and we assess the devastation from Hurricane Irma, many are asking, 'Is there any way to avoid such devastation?' Resilience is the buzzword being tossed around by professionals working on this question, and Oerther is at the forefront of these efforts.

"Finance provides a tool linking the risk of disaster with the behaviors of those most at risk," explains Oerther. One example is car insurance. When a car is wrecked, insurance covers the cost of repairs. Drivers who avoid wrecks are charged less for insurance as compared to drivers who have wrecks often. "So, insurance provides a 'good driver discount', and we're using a similar approach to promote resilience to severe storms in the Caribbean."

Oerther is working on a project called, COAST, which stands for Caribbean Ocean and Aquaculture Sustainability faciliTy. "It's a mouthful," shares Oerther, "but the bottom line is that we're looking for ways to link discounts in hurricane insurance to behaviors that reduce the costs of damage from storms." COAST focuses on the fisheries industry through the Caribbean.

According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, the Caribbean fishing industry exports nearly $300 million of product annually, with more than a quarter of this value ... click here to continue.


Who's Who in Environmental Engineering and Science

BCEEs, BCEEMs, and BCESs are reminded that your profiles in the annual Who's Who in Environmental Engineering and Science are compiled from the information you have provided to AAEES. To update your profile, log in to the AAEES Center, click My Information, and then Edit/View Information.


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