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Understand the origin and intent of the ASTM Phase I ESA standard practice. Since the mid-1990s, the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment has been a critical component of the due diligence conducted for commercial...
Live Webinar November 5, 2021 1:00pm EST
AIA (pending), CLE, ENG credit available
Understand the main elements of NEPA review and the decision documents as well as scope and timing.Often called the linchpin of U.S. environmental laws, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) directs Federal...
CLE, ENG credit available
Learn about the ASTM Standards versus EPA Requirements for environmental due diligence. Few things in commercial, industrial and institutional transactions are as misunderstood as the duty to perform environmental due...
Understand the steps you should take so you can be prepared for potential changes in status. Receive current and up-to-date information on the status of the controversial 2015 Waters of the United States definition...
Understand the key elements in conducting an environmental site assessment on contaminated property.Owner's liability for contaminated sites can be very serious.
AIA, ENG credit available
Federal and state environmental agencies have a broad range of enforcement options in their administrative/judicial toolbox. They may use preliminary actions like a notice of violation or an offer of an agreed order to...
Protection of flora and fauna has become increasingly important at the national level, and developers frequently find that they must comply with the Endangered Species Act - the federal law that protects threatened and...
Paved road corridors can be more productive, fit into the landscape, and improve water quality by integrating revegetation into your next project. Paved road corridors account for over 1% of the United States.
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