Environmental Law Institute Publications

The following Environmental Law Institute (ELI) publications relate to brownfields remediation and redevelopment, and include resources on institutional controls, smart growth and land use, and environmental health. The following links will take you from the Brownfields Center Web site to the ELI Store.

To browse for publications not produced by ELI, please see the Brownfields Bibliography page.


A Citizen's Guide to Using Federal Environmental Laws to Secure Environmental Justice

A Guidebook for Brownfield Property Owners

An Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State Study, 1998 Update

An Analysis of State Superfund Programs: 50-State Study, 2001 Update

Community Environmental Health Assessment Workbook: A Guide to Evaluating Your Community’s Health and Finding Ways to Improve It

Estimating the Costs of Institutional Controls

Guiding Growth in Virginia: Local Incentives for Revitalization and Preservation

Institutional Controls In Use

Institutional Controls: Grand Junction

Institutional Controls: Mound Plant

Local Government Implementation of Long-Term Stewardship at Two DOE Facilities

Protecting Public Health at Superfund Sites: Can Institutional Controls Meet the Challenge

Smart Growth in Rural Towns and Small Communities: Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Smart Growth in the Southeast: New Approaches for Guiding Development

Sustainability in Practice

Sustainable Redevelopment of Brownfields: Using Institutional Controls to Protect Public Health (May 1999 Environmental Law Reporter® article)

The Transition to Sustainable Development Law (Research Brief #3)