The New York State Legislature passed legislation on Tuesday, April 30, that requires the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to publish a biennial list of “high local environmental impact zones”
A former factory site in a gentrifying section of New York City will be cleaned up at an estimated cost of $30.7 million under a final state Department of Environmental Conservation plan.
The head of New York City's green building policy calls for "radical transformations" in the way business is run. Industry executives respond.
Trash-covered beaches, turtles asphyxiated by fluorescent pink drinking straws, and thick grey smog—these are the kinds of images we typically associate with pollution around the world.
David and Pam Mills have grown tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and okra on their secluded Appalachian property for about 18 years now.
From working with the industry’s largest firms, I’ve learned that there’s no shortage of commercial real estate data.
By Detroit Free Press: Looking back, Robert Cotton wonders what might have stacked the deck against him.
By Beveridge & Diamond: EPA’s review of premanufacture notices (PMNs) for new chemical substances under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) has continued to suffer from significant delays.
By Bloomberg Environment: Superfund sites hit by hurricanes in 2017 generally held up in the face of tropical-force winds and flooding, the EPA said in a report.