Brownfields workshop set for November 6 Do you or your clients have brownfields, abandoned gas stations, or other contaminated sites in neighborhoods? Do you or your clients want to see those sites cleaned up and redeveloped to serve a community purpose?Learn how to work with others to promote community health, sustainability, and environmental justice through brownfields redevelopment at a workshop November 6 at the Wyndham Orlando Resort.Sponsored by the Environmental Law Institute, the Environmental and Land Use Law Section of The Florida Bar, and the Florida Brownfields Association, the workshop is set to take place immediately prior to the FBA’s 10th Annual Conference. It is the successor to the Community Initiated Redevelopment Forum held June 18 in Jacksonville. The workshop will present training on the basics of public health, environmental justice, contaminated site response, and collaborative problem-solving under the framework of brownfields redevelopment. Critical tools such as funding, community engagement, and alternative dispute resolution will be explored.The workshop is free but space is limited. Pro bono and public interest lawyers, as well as active citizens, government officials, and environmental consultants are encouraged to attend. For more information, or to register, contact Adenike Adeyeye at (202) 939-3247 or [email protected] October 1, 2007 Regular News Brownfields workshop set for November 6
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