Achieving Successful Brownfields Redevelopment — Part 1

Law360, New York (January 7, 2016, 12:32 PM EST) -- What is the environmental justice movement? Where is it today? How does it affect brownfields cleanup and redevelopment? In two parts, this article attempts to look at these questions from the author's perspective and to provide information that may be helpful to a wide range of stakeholders involved in successful, consensus-driven brownfields redevelopment. Part 1 will focus mainly on the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's policy and part 2 will address the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's initiative.

Managing Environmental Justice

Environmental justice is an issue that merits the attention of developers, local governments, property owners, and other stakeholders engaged in brownfields...

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