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Legislative challenges hinder Oahu stormwater utility effort, pose new questions about equity in fee assessments.

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Researchers predict astronomical influences will compound climate change to cause more frequent flooding beginning in March 2034.

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C40 Cities Urban Nature Declaration aims to kickstart climate change resilience and environmental equity around the world

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12-part EPA fact sheet series highlights ways to overcome common economic, technical, and social obstacles to green infrastructure and low-impact development.

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Recent research suggests human activity is causing gradual changes in the annual arrival of monsoon season, with negative effects on tropical environments and economies.

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University of Tennessee, Knoxville course empowers students to improve local water quality using free materials found around their campus

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Puerto Rico’s location and topography make it one of Earth’s most susceptible regions to flooding during severe rainfall events, a recent study finds.

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Las Vegas-area legislators move to outlaw purely ornamental lawns that require irrigation, but provide no recreational or environmental benefits.

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University of Hawai’i at Mānoa internship program taps aspiring engineers to develop new tools that improve local stormwater management.

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Register for the virtual summit by June 4 for major savings on attendance costs.

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Water Research Foundation releases free-to-use, multifunctional decision-support tool for planning stormwater interventions.

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Studying Tucson, Arizona’s history with green infrastructure yields insights on how cities can accelerate its adoption.

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Liquid precipitation behaves roughly the same throughout the galaxy, according to a new physical model of extraterrestrial rainfall.

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Agency promotes nature-based stormwater management solutions for places of worship

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Recent podcast episode features Capitol Region Watershed District Administrator Mark Doneux

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