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Tools for Evaluating the Benefits of Green Infrastructure for Urban Water Management

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Emily Clifton
Emily Clifton
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Neil Weinstein
Neil Weinstein
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IWA Publishing
Volume
11
ISBN electronic:
9781780400525
Publication date:
November 2012

Communities are increasingly looking to green infrastructure as a means of meeting not only stormwater management objectives, but multiple environmental, social, and economic goals. Rather than viewing water infrastructure in isolation or – as has often been the case – an after-the-fact means of responding to a storm event or public health crisis, today's urban planners are striving to integrate water treatment into their sustainable development goals. This report reviews the criteria, metrics, and protocols being used to measure such integrated systems.

This title belongs to WERF Research Report Series.

ISBN: 9781780400525 (eBook)

Tools for Evaluating the Benefits of Green Infrastructure for Urban Water Management
By: Emily Clifton, Neil Weinstein
DOI: https://doi.org/10.2166/9781780400525
ISBN (electronic): 9781780400525
Publisher: IWA Publishing
Published: 2012

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