Inside This Month's Issue
by Dan Mueller
Environmental justice emerged in a significant way in the United States in the 1980s, but has its roots in the 1950s and 1960s. Simply defined as “the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies,” the development and implementation of environmental justice programs have evolved over time encompass a number of regulatory and procedural initiatives.
The legal Basis for EPA’s Environmental Justice Program
by Peter Gregg
The Disparate Impact Trap
by Michael Steinberg
Sustainability at the Environmental Protection Agency
by Deeohn Ferris
This article first appeared in the March/April 2012 issue of The Environmental Forum. Copyright© 2012 Environmental Law Institute®, Washington, DC. Reprinted with permission from ELI®.
A Tale of Two Sections
by Barry Hill
This article first appeared in the September/October 2012 issue of The Environmental Forum. Copyright© 2012 Environmental Law Institute®, Washington, DC. Reprinted with permission from ELI®.
Also In This Issue
Highlights from the 2012 FHWA-EPA Northern Transportation and Air Quality Summit
by Kevin Black, Michael Roberts, Joseph Rich, Mark Glaze, Paul Heishman, Mike Claggett, Martin Kotsch, Greg Becoat, and Melanie Zeman
A summary of the session findings at the 2012 Northern Transportation Air Quality Summit held in Philadelphia, PA, August 7-8, 2012.
PM File: Managing Expectations to Manage Relationships
by David Elam, Jr.
Competitive Strategy: Timing Is Everything
by Richard McLean