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EPA Job One: Grants to Support Jobs, Property Assessments in West Va.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced $592,300 in brownfields grants that will provide job training and environmental property assessments in Huntington and southern West Virginia.

PSU receives $330000 grant to help develop science and research park

PITTSBURG, Kan. - Pittsburg State University announced a $330,000 grant on Monday to help develop a science and research park. The grant was awarded by the U.S.

Florida Brownfields Update

Regarded as the only community in the nation to receive both an assessment and cleanup grant, Pasco County, Fla. has been awarded $595,000 to assess and clean up brownfields. 

Brownfield Sites get $3.5M for Cleanup from Minnesota Council

St. Louis Park, Minn.-based Bader Development will receive nearly $600,000 to clean the ASAP Inc. printing company site. Bader is looking to secure funds for more than $1.9 million in environmental cleanup costs at a printing company site in St. Louis Park.



Showing Who’s Boss in LaCrosse

More than 50 years after La Crosse’s gas light plant shut down, Xcel Energy is still finishing cleanup of the 4-acre site in the city, a project that has dragged on for decades and cost millions of dollars.

After Hurricane Sandy: 10 Recommendations

The 25-person ULI panel made 23 specific recommendations after Hurricane Sandy in 2012, which are summarized and explained in more detail. The recommendations presented by the panel were derived from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Benefits far outweigh costs of tackling climate change, says LSE study

The economic benefits for a country from tackling climate change easily outweigh the costs, according to a study that seeks to highlight the incentives for individual nations to take urgent action to cut emissions.

Once-hazardous Phoenix lot opens to development

Rosanne Albright, Phoenix brownfields program manager, said the state determined that it wasn't economically feasible to remove contaminated dirt below the cap.



Green Garage Certification Program Reveals Seven Accelerators

The Green Parking Council (GPC) has announced the first seven parking facilities in the U.S. to achieve Green Garage Certification, a comprehensive sustainability standard for existing and new parking facilities launched in 2015 and evaluating 48 elements of garage operation, programs, structure, and technology.  

Unlocking the Development Potential of Infrastructure Sites

ARCHITECTURE: Business · Commercial · Green Architecture · Hotel · HealthCare · Landscaping · Public · Residential · Retail · Stadium · Technology · Urban Planning.

Old Ky. Tannery, Shoe Factory Gets a Grant Boost

The city of Vanceburg, Ky. has been awarded a $200,000 grant as one of four projects selected by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for brownfield communitywide assessment grants and cleanup grants. 

Study shows how bad San Francisco's housing crisis really is

Moratoriums sound appealing to residents who are angry about the changes in their neighborhoods, but the problem is that they do nothing to reduce housing demand. The likeliest outcome of a moratorium in the Mission is that landlords seeking to house ...


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