The EPA’s bulked-up efforts to clean up the Chesapeake Bay could serve as a model for water restoration projects in other parts of the country, environmentalists say.
As demand for the types of spaces we use shifts and evolves, adaptive reuse enables us to enlist already-developed land to satisfy new demands and uses. In earlier times, these shifts reflected changes in the economy, from agrarian to industrial to service.
Investors have spent more than $10 billion on buying life sciences buildings this year, Bloomberg News reported, citing data from Real Capital Analytics.
Jennifer Luoni is accustomed to converting commercial properties to lab space — she is director of operations at Boston-based architecture firm Dacon, which specializes in life sciences design.
On May 24, the Supreme Court weighed in on an issue that for decades has bedeviled litigants under the CERCLA: When can potentially responsible parties bring a cost recovery action under CERCLA §107, and when must they bring a contribution action under CERCLA § 113?
The Biden Administration has made environmental justice and equity a key pillar of its environmental policy, directing EPA to incorporate this concept at all levels of its decision-making process.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that only settlements that explicitly resolve liability under CERCLA trigger the contribution provisions of section 113 of CERCLA.
The incoming Biden administration brought these emerging issues of social justice, climate and environmental protection together, giving top billing to environmental justice, or EJ, policy proposals as a key priority across the federal government.