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Providing holistic advice to help meet your environmental goals

As public concern about climate change continues to grow, more and more companies are called to action. Customers are demanding environmentally conscious business practices, and new regulations are emerging to address these concerns. Mintz’s ESG Practice comprises experienced attorneys with diverse backgrounds in energy law and environmental regulations, who are well versed in advising companies on how to meet their environmental goals.

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Environmental Business Issues

Our Approach

Powered by collaboration and driven by change, our ESG team has extensive experience advising clients on how to achieve their environmental objectives while addressing business and legal issues. From identifying corporate environmental risks to advising on energy and sustainability–focused investments, our team is ready to support you, regardless of where you are in your environmental transformation journey.

Impact Capital Social Innovation
Corporate Impacts
  • Energy use
  • Waste
  • Pollution
  • Natural resource conservation
  • Treatment of animals
Evaluating Corporate Environmental Risks
  • State and federal government regulations compliance
  • Hazardous waste disposal
  • Toxic emissions management
  • Ownership of contaminated land

Our Team

Our Experience

Case Study
Mintz’s SPAC Practice and Energy & Sustainability team advised Canaccord Genuity in the $207 million initial public offering (IPO) of Environmental Impact Acquisition Corp. Trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market under the ticker symbol “ENVIU,” the company will partner with businesses that generate positive environmental impacts.
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Case Study
Mintz counsels Harvard University regarding its ownership of Allston Landing, the site of a Massachusetts Turnpike interchange and former railyard. Mintz negotiated an agreement that included remediation of earlier contamination and assists Harvard in dealings with Massachusetts state agencies.

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