A Review of Environmental Justice Concepts for Real Estate Development

May 7, 2021
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Today’s episode is discussion of the concept of environmental justice and how it’s impacting the way federal, state and local governments approach real estate development projects, permitting, land use, and zoning. The conversation is led by Lea Phillips, an environmental and natural resources attorney in Ballard’s Phoenix office who serves clients in the renewable energy, manufacturing, and waste/recycling industries. Joining Lea is Alyssa Domzal, an Associate in Ballard’s Baltimore office who represents owners, developers and investors in a wide range of commercial real estate transactions.

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