06/17/2020

The Future Is As We Now See It – Environmental Development Resiliency and Disaster Planning

American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL)

Successful real estate developers and development attorneys must effectively anticipate and manage risk. Management of visible and known risks seem simple; what separates the great from the good is the ability to anticipate, plan for, and develop contingencies for unknown risk scenarios. 

Kevin Murray, an environmental partner in Holland & Hart’s Salt Lake City office, authored the article titled “The Future Is As We Now See It — Environmental Development Resiliency and Disaster Planning,” published on the American College of Environmental Lawyers (ACOEL) June 17, 2020 blog. Murray explores how successful future real estate development must consider environmental development resiliency and the impacts of foreseeable extreme conditions, including global pandemics.

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