In the wake of the global pandemic, we have seen an undeniable acceleration of existing work-life, geographic, and demographic trends.
New Jersey’s Landmark Environmental Justice Legislation, Biden Agenda Set the Stage for a Sea Change.
COVID-19 has changed the way the environmental due diligence industry does business—in some cases temporarily, but in others, perhaps permanently.
Already the most common natural disaster in the United States, climate-related flooding is increasing, even where floods previously were rare.
Can TIF strategies be the key to funding more commercial real estate projects?
The world continues to navigate the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and what the “new normal” means for our personal and professional lives.
Results from the industry survey of EPs across the U.S. about the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the industry.
A survey about the actions environmental due diligence companies have taken due to COVID-19 and their expectations regarding future business volume moving forward.
Due diligence experts contemplate the new normal. Environmental consultants conducting due diligence face challenges and evolving conditions.
The New Normal Working Environment. Adjusting to the new normal during the COVID-19 health crisis has been a challenge for many consulting firms.
Environmental risk assessment is evolving with some rapidly emerging and important factors that can’t be ignored. Anyone involved in CRE transactions routinely assesses a wide range of potential risks.
ERIS navigates the patchwork of State Executive Orders, as well as other regulatory advisories, and offers considerations for environmental professionals in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.