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Review by Hale Thurston of Report on Market-Based Approaches to Green Infrastructure Investment

Below is a review of the report titled, “Working With the Market:  Economic Instruments to Support Investment in Green Stormwater Infrastructure“, which was released in April, 2017 by the Willamette Partnership.  Seth Brown, of Storm and Stream Solutions, LLC, was a lead contributing author for this report.   The review below was provided by Dr. […]

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Green Infrastructure Manifesto

Source: EPA, 2017 America has been called, “the City on the Hill” as our country has been a symbol to much of the rest of the world as a beacon of hope for a new and better world.  In the context of our infrastructure our cities, this means that it is in our nature to […]

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What to Expect from Trump Administration on Water – a highlight of Tracy Mehan article

It’s always tough to speculate on an incoming administration and how a political shift will impact various sectors.  A Bloomberg BNA piece by Tracy Mehan of AWWA, does as good of a job as I have seen to understand how the Trump administration may behave in the space impacting the water sector. I won’t give away […]

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The promise of private capital and “impact investors” – but what about capacity?!

There is a common dialogue in the water infrastructure sector about the promise of public-private partnerships (P3s) to help reduce costs and better deliver projects – and this is definitely true.  Beyond that, we hear about all the private capital – especially “impact investment potential” that is just sitting on the sidelines and waiting for […]

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