Sue Meyer specializes in natural resources law and regulatory compliance. She has extensive experience working with habitat conservation planning, endangered species permitting, critical habitat and listing issues, wetlands issues, and stormwater permitting.
Ms. Meyer's practice includes review and defense of environmental documents for National Environmental Policy Act and California Environmental Quality Act compliance, as well as other land use regulations.
She is also advising clients on the rapidly changing regulatory requirements associated with the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32), transportation planning and SB 375, and other climate change laws.
Ms. Meyer also works on federal and state regulatory compliance for renewable energy projects.
SR 241 Extension / Southern Orange County Transportation Improvement Project. Providing environmental compliance strategy transportation facility. Key issues include endangered species, transportation planning, wetlands, water quality, and coastal zone issues.
City and County of San Francisco. Provides advice regarding ESA permitting and CEQA compliance for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission 20-year water supply project, spanning 167 miles from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the City of San Francisco.
Imperial Irrigation District. Represents client in matters connected with water transfer agreements, habitat conservation planning and other endangered species related matters.
Chevron. Represents client with the preparation of all environmental documents for a habitat conservation plan to obtain federal and state endangered species act permits for the purpose of oil and gas related activities covering over 200,000 acres in Kern County.
County of Kern. Represents County in development of regional habitat conservation plan covering 3110 square miles in the Central Valley.
Edison Mission Energy. Provides ESA and general environmental counsel regarding solar photovoltaic projects in the California desert.
Committee for a Reliable Delta. Collaborate with client team to develop a strategy to address significant contributors to ecosystem decline in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.