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Green Nylen, N., Kiparsky, M. 2015. Accelerating Cost-Effective Green Stormwater Infrastructure: Learning from Local Implementation. Center for Law, Energy & the Environment, U.C. Berkeley School of Law, Berkeley, CA. Pages 1-51
benefits, costs, Management, runoff, Green Infrastructure
This report focuses on the challenges posed by information limitations, which impede cost-effective Green Stromwater Infrastructure deployment by perpetuating uncertainty about performance and cost. A different approach other than the conventional stormwater management strategies based around ”gray” collection and conveyance systems needs to be implemented. Using green stormwater infrastructure can be the solution. More and better data are crucial to reducing uncertainty and accelerating the development of GSI technology.