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In the U.S., affordable housing tends to be most susceptible to coastal flooding from sea-level rise, new research indicates.

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Densely populated cities could attract stronger winds and more rain compared to other areas.

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Register for the April 19 webcast to prepare for meetings with congressional representatives during Water Week 2021.

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Inaugural grade for U.S. stormwater infrastructure reflects decades of chronic underinvestment.

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EnviroCert International, an established training and certification organization working in more than 40 countries, has acquired WEF's National Green Infrastructure Certification Program.

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Aging infrastructure, availability of capital, and expanding regulations cited as top stormwater-sector issues.

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Study highlights importance of strategic placement for wetland restoration projects.

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The North Texas Municipal Water District is restoring thousands of acres of agricultural land to enhance local stormwater management.

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Bipartisan Save Our Seas 2.0 Act authorizes wide range of grants for improving plastics management in stormwater and wastewater systems.

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Maryland Stadium Authority completes $5.1-million green infrastructure renovation.

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Program provides individualized feedback on draft MS4 permits for stormwater agencies.

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Scientists from University of California, San Diego, to adapt Earth-bound soil experiments to the International Space Station.

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Researchers believe a previously unknown chemical related to preservatives in rubber tires is responsible for mass salmon deaths after rainfall.

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Hampton, Virginia becomes third U.S. community to finance stormwater infrastructure with an environmental impact bond

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Recent research aims to better understand how coastal storms affect groundwater quality and quantity

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