J. Kevin Healy, a member of Bryan Cave, writes that the devastation caused by Sandy may have stunned most New Yorkers, but it came as no surprise to the climatologists, urban planners and government officials who have been focusing with an ever-increasing level of concern on the implications of a changing climate on the long-term well-being of New York City. As city and state efforts to protect infrastructure move forward, government officials must address how the strategies they devise fit within the mandates established by SEQRA and the programs established under the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972.
Environmental Review of Climate Change Adaptation After Sandy
New York Law Journal
January 9, 2013
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