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What Are the Hidden Co-Benefits of Green Infrastructure? By Anuradha Varnaasi – State of the Planet – Earth Institute  – September 3, 2019 Around 72 percent of New York City’s land is covered in an impervious layer of concrete, living … Continue reading

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Impact of Blue-Green Infrastructure Investment Pathways on Dynamic Evolution of Natural Capital University of Nottingham – November 15, 20218 Natural capital and ecosystem services concepts are a popular way of describing the multiple benefits we get from the natural environment. … Continue reading

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Habitat on the Edges: Making Room for Wildlife in an Urbanized World By Richard Conniff – YaleEnvironment360 – January 3, 2018 One morning not long ago, in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, I traveled with a Wildlife Conservation Society … Continue reading

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A Really Good Day: Building the East Capital Urban Farm By Jeff Corbin – EPA Connect – October 8, 2015 As much as I love my job, and as proud as I am of the work that EPA does every … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned from the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge By John Hartig – WildRead – July 27, 2015 The Refuge is like an ecological tapestry made up of numerous species and habitats that when woven together are more beautiful and … Continue reading

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Report recommends model better account for influence of urban streams, trees on nutrient pollution Chesapeake Bay Program – April 10, 2015 A new report from an advisory committee of scientific experts recommends the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Watershed Model be adjusted … Continue reading

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