The ecology alchemists
Brownfield policies in the Midwest
Contaminated and often abandoned or underused industrial sites--known as brownfields--dot cities across the Midwest. State and local officials are struggling to develop effective strategies to attract investments to these sites, to spark reuse efforts that will stimulate new economic activity and create jobs in these areas. But coping with the contamination at these sites has added a serious new dimension to the economic development process; in fact, addressing environmental concerns to the satisfaction of prospective lenders, tenants, and surrounding communities now constitutes a critical ...
A market based approach to cleaner air
CRP: Green if good, but more green is preferred
Conservation Reserve Program is losing ground, but intent on enrolling more environmentally sensitive land.
To trade or not to trade: who participates in RECLAIM?
see Working Paper 96-12