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Articles relating to "Environment":

Energy efficiency considered in more appraisals (3/22/2017)
A Residential Energy Services Network and Appraisal Institute collaboration is adding HERS scores (Home Energy Rating System) to appraisal forms in a few states.

Federal wetland rules might be rescinded or changed (3/1/2017)
What is a wetland? As defined in current law, some Fla. property owners could be barred from developing their land – but a Trump EPA review might change that.

Judge tosses Fla. pollution notification rule (1/3/2017)
A proposed DEP pollution-reporting rule raised industry concerns over its impact on commercial property, but the judge ruled that DEP overstepped its authority.

Lawsuit focuses on environmental doc stamp money (12/7/2016)
Environmental groups that disagree with the way Fla. lawmakers spent voter-approved doc-stamp money for land conservation have agreed to combine two lawsuits.

Report: Future Fla. water woes unless things change (11/16/2016)
If Fla. adds 15 million residents by 2070 as projected, it could increase water demand by more than 50% and see more than 1/3 of the state paved over.

Fla. has new rules for reporting pollution (11/14/2016)
Under emergency rules, the owner of a Fla. business must report pollution “contamination” within 24 hours – but specific regulations could change Dec. 25 and again after the 2017 Florida Legislature considers the issue.

Fla. project woos buyers with lower energy bills (10/20/2016)
It’s not just the environment – it’s also home sales: A Fla. LEED-Platinum community will offer 160 green homes that start at $270K and consume 40% less energy.

Study: Lake Okeechobee discharges can impact home values (4/1/2015)
Florida Realtors research: Polluted water discharged into Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie Rivers has a $1B potential impact on nearby counties’ property values.