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Project completed at South Chicago’s Coles School boosts runoff retention capacity by nearly 2.1 million L (570,000 gal)

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The three-year Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission was co-launched by the U.S. and French space agencies in December

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A new analysis of implementation plans in 20 U.S. cities highlights missed potential in using green infrastructure to promote environmental equity

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Announced during a United Nations convention on climate change in November, two recent White House-authored reports detail new efforts to spur green infrastructure adoptio

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Researchers in Germany use seismometers to provide earlier flood warnings in Europe’s increasingly flood-prone river valleys

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Combining satellite imagery and machine learning, researchers compile first publicly available database of New York City green roof coverage

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This month, Google launched FloodHub, a platform that combines machine learning and satellite imagery to predict riverine flooding in 20 countries.

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Winners of eighth-annual National Municipal Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Awards recognized at WEFTEC 2022

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Researchers outline link between 2018 West Coast wildfires and record-breaking summer storms in central U.S.

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Florida Atlantic University researchers examine emergency preparedness in 50 largest U.S. cities

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Produced by WEF and ASCE, new guidebook covers best practices for managing and maintaining stormwater infrastructure

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Engineer and advocate Kate England appointed Boston’s first Director of Green Infrastructure

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UCLA and Stantec researchers recommend ways to enhance equity in Los Angeles infrastructure program

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New research demonstrates that all rainfall – even in the world’s most remote corners – contains potentially hazardous levels of PFAS

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U.S. Bureau of Reclamation taps public to design better precipitation measurement tools for remote areas

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