Green Infrastructure: Economic, Social, Technical, and Policy Overview From the Regulatory, Academic, and Consulting Viewpoint
06/29/2011 - 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
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This webcast will cover regulatory, technical and research-based topics related to green infrastructure. EPA will provide an overview of the newly-released Green Infrastructure Strategy and discuss specific components related to this effort. Results of study related to cost savings associated with the employment of low impact development stormwater measures at a variety of sites will be presented by the University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center. The economic, social and environmental benefits in the Philadelphia area related to green infrastructure through a triple bottom line analysis will be presented.
- Green infrastructure
- Triple bottom line analysis
- Stormwater policy
- Low impact development
Chris Kloss, Director of Green Infrastructure Program, U.S. EPA Office of Water
Janet Clements, Senior Associate, Stratus Consulting
Robert Roseen, D.WRE, P.E., Director and Co-Principal Investigator, University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center
Tad Slawecki, WEF Stormwater Coordinating Council Vice Chair, Senior Engineer / Computer Manager, LimnoTech
This webcast was organized by the WEF Stormwater Committee.
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