||Advancing Linkages Between Brownfields Redevelopment and Greenfields Protection in Michigan:
A Policy Roundtable. Held in East Lansing, Michigan on January 23, 2003.
V., Pebbles ;
L., Kaminski ;
D., Solomon ;
||Great Lakes Commission, Ann Arbor, MI.; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
Environmental protection ;
Economic growth ;
Urban development ;
Environmental impacts ;
Land protection ;
Great Lakes Region ;
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On January 23, 2003, nearly 50 senior state agency officials, state and federal legislative aides, and representatives of key associations and organizations in Michigan participated in a day-long policy roundtable to link brownfields redevelopment with greenfields protection. The event illustrated MichiganÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s leadership in addressing a pressing environmental and socioeconomic problem facing most Great Lakes communities and the nation at large Ã¢â‚¬â€œ how to focus more money and energy on redeveloping our older urban areas while protecting outlying agricultural and open space areas.