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New analysis finds wide variation among U.S. cities regarding what is – and is not – considered green infrastructure.

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The WEF Stormwater Committee and WEF Stormwater Institute Advisory Committee welcomed Mark Doneux and Scott Taylor as their new chairs at WEFTEC 2021.

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New research suggests the western U.S. will receive far less snow each winter – or even none at all – by the end of the 21st century.

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A 23-million-L (6-million-gal) underground tank aims to spare East Sacramento’s McKinley Park from CSO woes.

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A new model maps the world’s biggest contributors of excess nitrogen into oceans and highlights how stormwater professionals can help address the problem.

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Satellite-enabled resource helps planner visualize nearly 40 years of flooding across more than 170 countries.

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A new, long-term research project aims to fill data gaps and define best practices for optimizing stormwater infrastructure.

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International teams of coders develop digital solutions to close information gaps during severe floods.

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Technological innovation in stormwater was a key theme for the WEFTEC 2021 program.

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Dr. Britt Faucette explains why compost should be in every stormwater professional’s toolbox.

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New study illustrates connection between above-anvil cirrus plumes and severe weather.

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The WEF Stormwater Institute recently announced winners of its seventh-annual National Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Awards.

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New research claims that with enough impervious space, no amount of stormwater infrastructure can effectively curb runoff volumes.

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A recent study finds Hurricane Irma caused severe damage to South Florida mangrove forests in 2017, with nearly 27,000 acres experiencing permanent dieback.

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Submissions are now being accepted for the 2022 World Green City Awards, hosted by the International Association of Horticultural Producers.

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