Tag: green infrastructure
Today’s increasingly stringent environmental regulations continue to create the need for Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure (GI) management on project sites. New...
Reduce Stormwater Runoff with Green Walls & Permeable Pavements There is more focus today on designing natural structures that offer stability as well as environmental...
Designs that move toward more naturalized stormwater management can help counterbalance impervious urban development. By Gerald DeFelicis, Jr., LLA, RLA, PP, with Maraliese Beveridge Managing surface...
Ahead of a Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C., the Great Lakes Commission (GLC) released a report outlining steps to increase the adoption of green infrastructure in communities across the Great Lakes.
A $400 million plan to further improve the ecological health of Jamaica Bay includes an array of waterbody improvement projects including 50 acres of wetland restoration, seven acres of ribbed mussel installations, and environmental dredging
Oldcastle Precast announced the BioMod Modular Bioretention System received equivalency approval from the Washington State Department of Ecology as a stormwater bioretention planter or planter box.
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) invites training professionals with experience in stormwater green infrastructure construction, inspection, or maintenance, and/or a bachelor of science degree in water resource management or environmental science to become an approved trainer in the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program (NGICP).
The Great Lakes Commission (GLC), in partnership with Lawrence Technological University (LTU), kicked off the Great Lakes Stormwater Technology Transfer Collaborative. The new group aims to spread the use of advanced stormwater technology throughout the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River region in the United States and Canada.
According to a new study released by Environment Texas, Fort Worth ranks third among the state’s five biggest cities for green infrastructure policies, while Dallas ranks last.