Green Street, Green Jobs, Green Towns (G3) Webcasts, Podcasts, Blogs, and Listservs
- The G3 Webcast Series showcases successful Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns (G3) projects and provides an overview of the G3 grant program, funding areas, eligible projects, successful projects, and how to apply for a G3 grant. The G3 Webcast Series also hosts several communities who share their real world experience and discuss how they have used their grant funding to support integrated planning and leveraged additional resources to help them create more resilient and sustainable communities.
- The Faster, Cheaper, Green Webcast Series is designed to provide education and outreach on next generation green infrastructure technologies and alternative financing strategies for design, installation, and long-term operation and maintenance of green infrastructure stormwater management practices. The primary goal of the Faster, Cheaper, Greener webcast series is to provide communities with the information, tools, and resources needed to developed a successful Community-Based Public-Private Partnership (CBP3s) for affordable green infrastructure urban stormwater retrofits.
- The Green Infrastructure Webcast Series is for public officials and practitioners beginning to implement green infrastructure, as well as for those looking to enhance established programs. Initiated in 2014, the Series has featured leading academics and professionals from around the country sharing their expertise on a range of topics related to green infrastructure
- Edmonston, MD: The Green Street Story - Fighting Floods and Restoring Rivers Exit The Clean Water Coalition discusses the town of Edmonston, Maryland and their green street, Decauter Street. Decauter Street transformed from a run-down street into a green street complete with bike paths, wind powered LED street lights, and rain gardens.
Blogs and Listservs
- G3 Digest - The "G3 Digest" is designed to incorporate and disseminate information on sustainable products and practices related to: transportation, green infrastructure, innovative storm water management, low impact development, context sensitive solutions, and innovations in transportation and community planning, economics, career development, policy, legislation and funding.
- Healthy Waters Blog - EPA's Healthy Water in the Mid-Atlantic focuses on water-related topics in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
- GreenStream - An EPA listserv featuring updates on green infrastructure publications, training, and funding opportunities. To join greenstream, send an email to email@example.com
- Smart Growth - Get the latest information on EPA smart growth publications, webinars, technical assistance opportunities, and more on our Smart Growth Listserv. To sign up, send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- GoGreen Newsletter - Americans want to help protect and improve the nation's land, water, and air. "GoGreen!" is a text-only, monthly email newsletter from EPA summarizing recent news and info you can use to make a difference in your home, community, and workplace.