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Green Infrastructure

New Jersey advances Greenway development plans

Dec. 20, 2023
The Greenway, a former rail line that NJDEP plans to develop into a nine-mile linear state park, now has its initial development and construction plans.
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Green Infrastructure

Advocacy groups recommend targets for LA County clean water program

Dec. 7, 2023
A report from water advocacy groups call for a goal of an additional 300,000 acre-feet of captured stormwater by 2045, a reduction in water pollution, the implementation of permeable...
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Stormwater Management

System evaluates cities’ water quality challenges

Dec. 1, 2023
Researchers have created a system to evaluate the water quality challenges in cities to aid sustainable development.
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Low Impact Development

USACE, Yakima County begin $12M ecosystem restoration project

Nov. 22, 2023
Levees historically built in response to severe flooding had disrupted the ecosystem around the Yakima River; this project now aims to restore the river’s natural flow.
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Green Infrastructure

New York City completes bluebelt expansion, flood control project

Nov. 21, 2023
Thanks to this expansive flood control project, nearby stormwater will now drain into new catch basins and be discharged into the expanded New Creek Bluebelt.