To possess standing to raise a claim under Connecticut General Statutes §22a-16, a plaintiff need only allege a colorable claim of unreasonable pollution, or the impairment or destruction of a natural resource, pursuant to Burton v. Commissioner of Environmental Protection, a 2009 decision of the Connecticut Supreme Court.
Zide v. Sadik-Kahn
May 17, 2012
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