...3 and it determines that preparation of an environmental impact statement (EIS) on a "preliminary plat" (i.e., the drawing showing the...
In his International Environmental Law column, Stephen L. Kass discusses both the Keystone XL pipeline extension, and Japan's plan to restart the damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, suggesting t
Daniel M. Richmond, a partner at Zarin & Steinmetz, analyzes the effect on the New York State Environmental Quality Review Act of a recent U.S. Supreme Court holding that all conditions imposed on la
In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard, Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice and director of the Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School, and senior counsel to Ar
... The axis of any battle is the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)1 required under federal, state, and city law. The process...
...EISs. In every one of the 12 cases in 2012 where an EIS was challenged, it survived review. Of the 34 cases in which actions...
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