SUMMER 2013: SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Habitat and Resource Equivalency Analyses in Resource Compensation and Restoration Decision Making

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Habitat and Resource Equivalency Analyses in Resource Compensation and Restoration Decision Making

Habitat and resource equivalency analyses are being explored for use in permitting contexts to determine appropriate levels of mitigation for the temporary disruption of various habitat services.

FERC exhibited patience and chose to bring suit only after it became evident that the IPUC was not going to apply the PURPA requirements.

EPA has the opportunity to lower costs and management burdens associated with pharmaceutical waste management generally, and to better align associated liability with risks.

Any unintentional spillage onto land is a criminal offense unless the person responsible took all reasonable precautions and exercised all due diligence to avoid it.

The CHPE Project will reduce electricity costs by more than $650 million a year and produce nearly 2,400 indirect and induced jobs in New York State.

Research conducted by the Center for Food Safety shows that sixty-one nations enforce consumer “right to know” laws for GM foods.

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