Tag: Green Infrastructure

Protecting Coastal Waters

Protecting Coastal Waters

San Diego, CA, is a city with scenic coastlines along the Pacific Ocean, a world-class zoo, a long association with the US Navy, a growing population and economy, and a lively tourism industry. Managing stormwater in this beautiful city involves dealing with a myriad of challenges.

Stormwater Goes to School

Not too long ago, there were only two colleges in the United States where one could learn about stormwater management, notes Brant Keller, public works director for Griffin, GA.

Reducing Coastal Erosion

Reducing Coastal Erosion

There is a saying that the only thing constant in life is change. In the realm of coastal environments, nothing could be more true. The shifting winds, the tides, and rains are what has created the often beautiful vistas of coastal landscape, the diversity of habitats and ecosystems: stones ground

Permeable Surfaces

Permeable Surfaces

The vast expanses of impermeable asphalt surfaces blanketing the country and crisscrossing every urban center and thoroughfare from the east to west add up to a total of 4.12 million miles—enough to circle the Earth’s equator 157 times over. While it might be easy to take impermeable pavement for granted

Environmental Law Institute Releases “Legal Toolbox” to Help  Maryland and Virginia Deploy Green Infrastructure Against  Flooding, Water Quality Threats in a Changing Climate

Environmental Law Institute Releases “Legal Toolbox” to Help Maryland and Virginia Deploy Green Infrastructure Against Flooding, Water Quality Threats in a Changing Climate

The current legal framework in Maryland and Virginia offers state and local officials opportunities to establish green infrastructure siting guidelines for stormwater management, according to a new report released today by the Environmental Law Institute (ELI). In Green Infrastructure for Chesapeake Stormwater Management: Legal Tools for Climate Resilient Siting, ELI

Protecting Puget Sound

Protecting Puget Sound

A common purpose runs through many, likely most, stormwater projects in the greater Seattle area and other western Washington cities, certainly in the projects profiled in this story.

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