green infrastructure benefits

The Circular Economy Makes Way For The Circular City

The Circular Economy Makes Way For The Circular City

As the world’s cities already emit over 70% of carbon emissions, exacerbating the climate crisis, cities need to implement green infrastructure to meet these challenges.

Superior Considers Ordinance to Encourage 'Green Infrastructure'

Superior Considers Ordinance to Encourage 'Green Infrastructure'

Changes to noxious weed ordinance would encourage native lawns, compost piles on private property to manage pollution from stormwater runoff.

How Two Smaller Legacy Cities Are Adopting Green Infrastructure

How Two Smaller Legacy Cities Are Adopting Green Infrastructure

Climate change has raised temperatures and intensified flooding across New England. Providence and Worcester experiment with strategies to alleviate the worst effects.

Environmental Advocates Continue To Push ALCOSAN For More Green Infrastructure

Environmental Advocates Continue To Push ALCOSAN For More Green Infrastructure

Environmental advocates gathered on Tuesday to discuss how to convince the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority or ALCOSAN that green infrastructure is the best way to significantly reduce sewage overflows in the region.

Why Does Boston Not Use Green Roofs to Combat Flooding?

Why Does Boston Not Use Green Roofs to Combat Flooding?

Massive tidal shifts of 10-14 feet in the Boston Harbor mean that every time a North Eastern storm coincides with high tide, the excess stormwater cannot readily flow into the harbor.