States like Georgia serve as a bright example of how to leverage the strength of their developers and local communities to address brownfields.
Despite tensions along the border, the US and Mexico agreed to share Colorado River water with one another and the environment.
New York City followed the lead of several California cities and filed suit against “Big Oil,” seeking to recover compensatory damages for the costs it has incurred in protecting infrastructure, residents, and visitors from the effects of climate change. However, unlike all of its California predecessors, New York City brought its action in federal court. Why?