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Green Infrastructure

Green Infrastructure Webcast Series

Initiated in 2014, EPA's green infrastructure webcast series features leading academics and professionals from around the country sharing expertise on a range of topics related to green infrastructure.

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Upcoming Webcasts

Green Infrastructure: A Triple Bottom Line Approach to Environmental Justice

  • Wednesday, May 15, 2019
  • 1:00 - 2:30 PM, EDT

The guiding principle of environmental justice is that all American citizens, regardless of race, color, national origin, or income are entitled to equal protection from environmental risks. Across the United States, a variety of socioeconomic metrics are used to identify communities with environmental justice needs, but all of these communities have one thing in common: populations that suffer a disproportionate share of the negative environmental consequences resulting from industrial, governmental, and commercial operations or policies. In this webcast, Stacey Eriksen with EPA Region 8 and Andy Kricun with the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority will discuss how the implementation of green infrastructure practices can bring environmental, economic, and social benefits to the communities that need them the most. Regional and local initiatives will highlight the ways in which green infrastructure can manage stormwater pollution,  equalize access to environmental protection, and create a healthier environment in which to live and work.  


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Past Webcasts

Coloring Superfund Green: Select Case Studies on the Revitalization of Contaminated Sites with Green Infrastructure

Reclaiming Lost Lands: Revitalizing Brownfields with Green Infrastructure

Building Resilient Communities With Green Infrastructure and Hazard Mitigation Planning  

Growing New Jobs With Green Infrastructure 

Teach, Learn, Grow:  The Value of Green Infrastructure in Schoolyards 

Exploring the Link Between Green Infrastructure and Air Quality

2016 Campus RainWorks Winners 

EPA STAR Grants: Moving Green Infrastructure Forward 

Building the Case for Green Infrastructure: Outreach and Education

Lessons Learned in Green Infrastructure 

Greening Your Backyard: Water Efficiency and Stormwater Solutions for Homeowners and Communities 

Greening Vacant Lots

Ahead of the Curve – Implementing Green Infrastructure in Rural and Growing Communities 

Winter Weather O&M for Green Infrastructure

Paying for Stormwater - The Benefits of a Utility

Getting More Green from your Stormwater Infrastructure

Green Infrastructure for Arid Communities 

Green Infrastructure for Localized Flood Management

Innovative Financing for Green Infrastructure

Green Infrastructure and Smart Growth

Building Climate Resiliency with Green Infrastructure

More Bang for the Buck: Integrating Green Infrastructure into Existing Public Works Projects

Case Studies: Implementing Green Infrastructure under Enforcement Orders

O&M and Green: Best Practices for Green Infrastructure Operations and Maintenance

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Related Webcast Series

Watershed Academy Low Impact Development Webcasts — EPA’s Watershed Academy offers monthly webcasts related to the implementation of watershed approaches to preserve and restore aquatic ecosystems. It has presented nine 2-hour webcasts on green infrastructure.

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