MIAMI—Whether it's for condos, office buildings orindustrial properties, raw land is becoming moreand more scarce in Miami. That means land remediation is becoming abigger issue. It also means developers have to face newenvironmental challenges. caught up with Howard E. Nelson, apartner and Environmental Group chair of BilzinSumberg in Miami, and Cristina AranaLumpkin, an associate the firm's Environmental Group, toget their take on these and other related issues in part one ofthis exclusive interview. Be sure to come back to this afternoon'sMiami edition to read part two, in which our experts will discussthe benefits of land redevelopment. As available raw land becomes scarce,how is land remediation playing a greater role indevelopment?

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