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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


Reclaiming Lost Lands: Revitalizing Brownfields with Green Infrastructure

A brownfield is a property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. These conditions can present unique challenges for stormwater management and green infrastructure implementation. In this webcast, Ann Carrol and Aimee Storm from EPA’s Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization and Anna Withrow from the West Virginia Water Research InstituteExitwill discuss the role green infrastructure can play in transforming brownfield sites.

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

EPA’s Superfund program is responsible for cleaning up some of the nation’s most contaminated land and responding to environmental emergencies, oil spills and natural disasters. To protect public health and the environment, the Superfund program focuses on making a visible and lasting difference in communities, ensuring that people can live and work in healthy, vibrant places. As Superfund communities plan for redevelopment, many are incorporating innovative green infrastructure projects to naturally manage stormwater and improve site sustainability and resiliency. In this webcast, Carlos Pachon from EPA’s Office of Land and Emergency Management, RoseMarie Caraway from EPA Region 9, and Maureen Maupin from Skeo Solutions will introduce attendees to the Superfund program, highlight examples of successful green infrastructure implementation, and discuss how green infrastructure practices are changing how public stakeholders view the long term potential of contaminated sites.

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Past Webcasts

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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