Chesapeake Bay

Grey to Green Conference on Green Infrastructure Announced for DC Metro Area from October 29-30, 2019

Grey to Green Conference on Green Infrastructure Announced for DC Metro Area from October 29-30, 2019

In order to provide a greater, in-depth and more regional understanding to green infrastructure and how to accelerate its adoption, the Grey to Green Conference is expanding for the first time into the Washington DC area on October 29-30, 2019.

UMD Case Study Examines How Green Infrastructure Can Help Suburban Environments Manage Increasingly Intense Stormwater and Adapt to Climate Change

UMD Case Study Examines How Green Infrastructure Can Help Suburban Environments Manage Increasingly Intense Stormwater and Adapt to Climate Change

Study shows potential benefits of green infrastructure in mitigating flooding and reducing nutrient runoff in the Chesapeake Bay

Green Roofs Help to Curb Polluted Runoff, Especially If Space is Limited

Green Roofs Help to Curb Polluted Runoff, Especially If Space is Limited

Though more costly than other remedies, vegetation atop buildings can meet stormwater requirements in developed areas