Hurricane Sandy Environmental Protection Agency

Hurrican Sandy was a highly destructive storm system that ravaged parts of the Caribbean and Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in October of 2012. The storm was responsible for over 100 deaths and... more +
Hurrican Sandy was a highly destructive storm system that ravaged parts of the Caribbean and Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States in October of 2012. The storm was responsible for over 100 deaths and billions of dollars worth of  damage.  less -
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Green Building Update -- March 19, 2013

In This Issue: Green Building Focus - White House nominees for EPA, DOE; AltBuild Expo coming to Santa Monica; Massachusetts data center is clean energy innovator; New green post-Sandy housing development in Queens;...more

Real Estate Alert - New Jersey Enacts New Rebuilding Rules In Response To Superstorm Sandy

The impact of Superstorm Sandy on New Jersey was enormous: nearly 346,000 housing units either destroyed or damaged and 190,000 businesses affected. Sandy demonstrated just how vulnerable to damage much of the low-lying areas...more

Capital Thinking Update - January 7, 2013

In This Issue: - General Legislative - Fiscal Cliff - Agriculture & Food - Budget, Appropriations - Cybersecurity - Education - Energy - Environment - Financial Services - Health...more

Capital Thinking Update - December 10, 2012

General Legislative On Tuesday, December 11, the House will meet at noon for morning hour and at 2:00 for legislative business. The House will consider a Motion to go to Conference on H.R. 4310 – National Defense...more

Capital Thinking Update - December 3, 2012

General Legislative - On Monday, December 3, the House will meet at noon for morning hour and at 2:00 for legislative business. No votes are expected in the House. Legislation under consideration will include H.R. 5817...more

Infrastructure Alert - December 11, 2012

On November 27, President Obama signed S.1956, the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Prohibition Act of 2011, into law. The law allows the Department of Transportation to exempt U.S. airlines from the carbon tax...more

Superfund Meets the Reality of Climate Change

What happens when Superfund runs headlong into Mother Nature? Hurricane Sandy provides a vivid answer. As the NY Times reports today, Hurricane Sandy had a significant impact on the Gowanus Canal Superfund Site in Brooklyn,...more

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