Innovative Approaches to Financing and Funding Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Investments
08/27/2014 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern
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for stormwater management infrastructure is limited while needs continue to
increase. Specifically, Federal and state resources to support green
infrastructure investment are dwindling, leaving the burden on local
governments. The combination of a challenging economic climate and a
growing regulatory presence in stormwater has created a significant, and
increasing, funding gap in the stormwater sector. Innovative approaches
are needed to reduce the cost burden on the public sector through private
investment, incentive-based programs, and unique methods of utilizing public
funds. The focus of this webcast will be to cover three alternatives to
traditional funding streams for stormwater infrastructure
Webcast Presentation Handouts
This webcast is sponsored by Corvias Solutions.
Lueckenhoff, Deputy Director, Water Protection Division, EPA Region III
- Erin Williams, Stormwater Incentives Manager, Philadelphia Water Department
- Brian Van Wye, Branch Chief, Program Implementation, Stormwater Management Division, District Department of the Environment
- Tracy Mehan, Adjunct Professor, School of Law, George Mason University (Moderator)
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