Entries from Envirosphere tagged with 'FEMA'

Third Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy

By Sam Capasso It's been three years since Sandy rocked the region and caused enough damage to become the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history at $50 billion in estimated damages. It was a wake-up call on many fronts, resparking...

NY Environmental Enforcement Update, June 2015, Vol. II, # 6

By Michael J. Lesser, Environmental Law Section, NYSBA © 2015 Enforcement News Hudson PCB Dredging - Was It Worth It? Later this year, General Electric Co. expects to finish six years spent removing 2.7 million cubic yards of PCB contaminated...

New Executive Order Amends Floodplain Management

President Obama issued an Executive Order today establishing a Federal Flood Risk Management Standard. This Order amends Executive Order 11988 Floodplain Management and solicits comment to new standards. Of the greatest significance is the setting of three approaches to determining...

Environmental Legislation Forum Focuses on Super Storm Sandy

By John Louis Parker, Co-Chair, Committee on Legislation The annual Legislative Forum and Luncheon of the Environmental Section held May 15 at the Great Hall at New York State Bar Center, One Elk Street in Albany was a well-attended success....

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