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WEF Joins Green Infrastructure Collaborative

On Oct. 8, at a meeting attended by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Obama Administration announced new executive actions, its Climate and Natural Resources Priority Agenda, and a series of private- and public-sector commitments to support investments in green infrastructure and improve natural resources management in the context of a changing climate. The actions […]

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White House Releases Statement on Green Infrastructure

The White House Council on Environmental Quality announced its support for green infrastructure in a Jan. 18 blog, stating that the administration will be prioritizing smart infrastructure to create jobs and build a strong future for U.S. cities. The message acknowledges the cost-effectiveness and water quality benefits of green infrastructure, as well as additional benefits, […]

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WEF Participates in White House Conference on Green Infrastructure

On Sept. 20, the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) hosted an invitational conference titled “Municipal Stormwater Infrastructure: Going From Grey to Green.” The meeting included approximately 80 municipal officials, consultants, designers, and other experts and focused on barriers and incentives for implementing green infrastructure. Participants agreed on the importance of federal involvement in […]

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