Final Report - Linking Toxics Cleanup and Redevelopment Across the States: Lessons for Washington State
Final Report - Linking Toxics Cleanup and Redevelopment Across the States: Lessons for Washington State (Number of pages: 388) (Publication Size: 4MB)
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|Author(s)||University of Washington|
|Description||This report is the result of a comprehensive study of the state government role in facilitating brownfields redevelopment in Washington State conducted by the University of Washington under a grant from the Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) in Washington State’s Department of Ecology. In this study, we develop the concept of “third generation programs”, which incorporate features of first and second generation programs but emphasize community-wide planning and stakeholder involvement, state-level strategic planning for brownfields reclamation, as well as integration within a broader sustainable development agenda.|
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Washington State’s Integrated Planning Grants: Mapping the Road to Success
Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization
Executive Summary for Final Report - Linking Toxics Cleanup and Redevelopment Across the States: Lessons for Washington State
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