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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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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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New climate change adaptation plan stresses shared responsibility between residents, municipal government

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By manipulating sediment and streamflow, dams run the risk of increasing flood risks instead of mitigating them, new research suggests

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Under the right conditions, flooding can cause a river to permanently alter its own course

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Zeolites — a group of common minerals featuring forms of aluminum and silicon — could make bioretention more effective particularly in agricultural settings, according to new research.

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By bringing huge amounts of sand from deeper waters to the shoreline, new research suggests extreme storms could enhance coastal climate change resilience.

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Legislative experts from WEF Stormwater Institute and partners detail top stormwater priorities ahead of Fiscal Year 2023.

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Urban ecology experts explain how the location and upkeep of new trees is more important than the number of new plantings.

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Dr. Will Cavendish, Arup (London) Global Digital Services Leader, describes using cutting-edge technology to make better green infrastructure decisions.

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A next-generation digital modeling platform has been chosen to underpin the future of Chesapeake Bay water quality monitoring.

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Upcoming updates to the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act will allow recipients to invest funds in a wider array of critical infrastructure.

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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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