Wednesday, October 5, 2011

US-based Center for Clean Air Policy releases report that quantifies value of green infrastructure

How can smart planning help cities adapt to climate change
A new report documents the ways in which pioneering cities and counties have developed and applied proactive approaches to increase community resilience by planning for and adapting to emerging climate change impacts. 

The Value of Green Infrastructure for Urban Climate Adaptation is intended as a resource for planners and decision makers at all levels of government,” said Steve Winkelman, Director of Adaptation Programs. “The innovative examples we review indicate that green infrastructure investments can provide a cost-effective way to enhance community resilience and prosperity.”

TO LEARN MORE: To read the complete story posted on the Water Bucket website, click on How can smart planning help cities adapt to climate change?

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