Maximizing Green Infrastructure in a Philadelphia Neighborhood

@inproceedings{Zidar2017MaximizingGI,
  title={Maximizing Green Infrastructure in a Philadelphia Neighborhood},
  author={Kate Zidar and Timothy Bartrand and Charles H. Loomis and Chariss A. McAfee and Juliet M. Geldi and Gavin J. Rigall and Franco Montalto},
  year={2017}
}
While the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) is counting on Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GI) as a key component of its long-term plan for reducing combined sewer overflows, many community stakeholders are also hoping that investment in greening can help meet other ancillary goals, collectively referred to as sustainable redevelopment. This study investigates the challenges associated with implementation of GI in Point Breeze, a residential neighborhood of South Philadelphia. The project… CONTINUE READING

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