Browse by Tag: green infrastructure

  • Webinar Recording & Slides: Regional Engagement for Green Infrastructure Decision Making & Implementation

    Posted on: December 18th, 2015 by Sara James

    On December 17, the NADO Research Foundation, in partnership with the University of Louisville Center for Environmental Policy & Management’s Environmental Finance Center (http://louisville NULL.edu/cepm), hosted a webinar titled Regional Engagement for Green Infrastructure Decision Making & Implementation.  In cities,...

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  • Regional Approaches to Resilience: A Tour of Resilience Work Around the Country

    Posted on: July 15th, 2015 by NADO Admin

    Disaster can strike anywhere. In recent years, the country has experienced record floods in the Midwest, drought in the West, tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in the Southeast, wildfires in the Southwest, and blizzards in the Northeast. In 2011 alone, the...

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  • Green Infrastructure

    Posted on: June 18th, 2015 by NADO Admin

      What is Green Infrastructure? In cities, towns, and regions throughout the country, green infrastructure has emerged as a powerful tool for enhancing community livability, economic competitiveness, and resilience in the face of a changing climate.  Traditional ‘gray’ infrastructure systems...

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  • New Report Features Small Towns Implementing Innovative Sustainability Policies

    Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by Brett Schwartz

    (http://icma NULL.org/Documents/Document/Document/305454)A new ICMA report (http://icma NULL.org/Documents/Document/Document/305454), written with the support of the NADO Research Foundation through its Sustainable Communities capacity building grant from HUD, features seven brief case studies of small municipalities that have implemented various innovative sustainability policies. ...

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