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Sierra Club Lauds UConn’s Sustainability Efforts

Sierra Club Lauds UConn’s Sustainability Efforts

The University of Connecticut is again recognized as one of the nation’s most sustainable campuses by the Sierra Club — receiving top billing in the nation for water usage, in particular.

Peel Region Taking Action Against Severe Weather

Peel Region Taking Action Against Severe Weather

In the wake of severe weather events, Peel Region is taking action on several fronts including commissioning two innovative Low Impact Development (LID) projects in close proximity of each other.

What Are the Hidden Co-Benefits of Green Infrastructure?

What Are the Hidden Co-Benefits of Green Infrastructure?

Thanks to all of these impermeable surfaces, heavy rains often wash untreated sewage and urban run-off into nearby rivers.

NYC Doubles Curbside Rain Gardens in Green Infrastructure Program

NYC Doubles Curbside Rain Gardens in Green Infrastructure Program

The city's expansion of curbside rain gardens is part of a broad push to fight climate change, which has included the Green New Deal, the Climate Mobilization Act, and a plan to improve the resiliency of Lower Manhattan.

New York's Rooftop Farms Provide Fresh Local Produce - and Help Stop a Sewage Problem

New York's Rooftop Farms Provide Fresh Local Produce - and Help Stop a Sewage Problem

High above the streets of New York, more than 36 tonnes of organic vegetables are grown every year. And the farms that produce them aren’t just feeding residents – they’re helping to stop sewage polluting the city’s rivers too.