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Going Green to Save Green: Economic Benefits of Green Infrastructure Practices

A new series of reports on green infrastructure & low impact development methods for stormwater management in arid environments
 
 
Green Infrastructure & Low Impact Development Methods for Stormwater Management in Arid Environments
Going Green to Save Green: Economic Benefits of Green Infrastructure Practices
American Rivers’ series of new reports highlights the economic benefits of green infrastructure strategies to better manage polluted runoff. These practices, from rain gardens to green roofs, work by capturing rainwater where it falls. By reducing the polluted runoff that flows into rivers and streams, green infrastructure practices play a critical role in protecting clean rivers.
Unlike most traditional water infrastructure, green infrastructure practices can help communities save money while also providing a number of economic benefits that include reduced costs, increased energy efficiency, mitigating flooding and improving air quality.

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www.americanrivers.org/goinggreen for more information!
 
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