Between the rise of green infrastructure, the effects of climate change, increasingly complex regulations, and the seemingly endless pursuit of infrastructure funding, the stormwater management sector is more dynamic than most public services. Stay on top of new trends, studies, and developments that shape the stormwater sector with these resources.
The latest stormwater articles, videos, and other content from throughout the organization and across the water sector.
New methodology quantifies benefits and residents’ willingness to pay for urban stream cleanup and restoration projects.Continue Reading
Researchers explore how the ways wetlands connect with downstream waters affect the level and type of ecosystem benefits they provide.Continue Reading
New research analyzes nearly 1,000 papers submitted to the Australian Stream Management Conference since 1996, detailing environmentalists’ changing priorities.Continue Reading
Stormwater professionals from across the U.S. recently met in Washington, D.C., to learn about the latest trends shaping national stormwater policyContinue Reading
Governments agree to restore at least 300,000 km of polluted rivers and 350 million ha of degraded wetlands by 2030Continue Reading
Inaugural State of Public Sector Green Stormwater Infrastructure report outlines challenges and opportunities for green infrastructure implementation.Continue Reading
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The Stormwater Community annually hosts the National Stormwater Policy Forum to advance the latest legislative and regulatory concerns of the stormwater sector legislators and regulators. This outreach includes creating the Recommendation to Improve the Stormwater Program In the U.S. document that stormwater advocates can use year-round.
Officially titled, the National Municipal Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Awards, this program inspires municipal separate stormwater sewer programs (MS4s) to seek innovative ways to meet and exceed regulatory requirements.
The application period is open now. Deadline June 5.
This special publication presents state-of-the-art stormwater modeling and is a practical tool that presents a broad compilation of existing models, their capabilities, and a roadmap for users to assist in the selection of such models for diverse applications.
This one-of-a-kind biennial national survey seeks to understand municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) sector challenges, drivers, and needs.
Data was collected for the third installment in the series from late 2022 through early 2023.
WEF Manual of Practice No. 39 includes the best practices for the continued operation of stormwater control measures (SCMs) for your stormwater programs. The material covered will be of particular use to designers of SCMs, utility managers, and O&M staff.Get MOP 39
A must-read for agencies and public works departments interested in developing charge systems for stormwater programs based on fee structures.Purchase the book
This book provides actionable information promoting the implementation of green infrastructure. Unlike most publications, which focus on technical design of individual green elements, this peer-reviewed book tackles topics related directly to the ability to implement green infrastructure.Purchase the book
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