Turner Foundation Seeks Information on Local Green Infrastructure Projects

Apr 9, 2011 | News & Views, What's New

The Clean Water America Alliance is conducting a project for the Turner
Foundation to engage utilities, cities, government agencies, nonprofit
organizations, and the private sector on green infrastructure policy.
The resulting report will be used to help the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency with its national rulemaking to establish a program to
reduce stormwater discharges.

If you would like to participate in this
project, complete the questionnaire
(Password: GREEN) to submit information on your current green
infrastructure implementation efforts as well as the barriers you have
encountered. The questionnaire is intended to gather quantitative and
qualitative data on the technical, financial, legal, institutional, and
cultural barriers to implementing green infrastructure practices at the
local, state, and federal levels of government. Your contribution will
be compiled with others to develop a report highlighting the
opportunities, barriers and recommendations.

The deadline for survey
participation is April 15th. For more information, contact Lorraine
Loken at content of the news article. You may put your text in this box (including HTML formatting tags) or you may click the link to the left to use the HTML editting tool. Once you are done in ACE, click “Save” to update this form, then click “Close” to return to this page.