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What Is Green Infrastructure & Why Does It Matter? Green infrastructure (GI) is a network of decentralized stormwater management practices, such as green roofs, trees, rain gardens and permeable pavement, that can capture and infiltrate rain where it falls, thus reducing stormwater runoff and improving the health of surrounding waterways. While there are different scales of green infrastructure, this guide focuses on GI's benefits within the urban context...
Author: Center for Neighborhood TechnologyPublished date: 1/01/2009Research type: Report
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