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Green Stormwater Infrastructure Summit
Advancing Practice and Policy for Green Communities
Tuesday, August 09, 2016
Café Julia, Elizabeth Fuller Hall | 1040 Richards Street | Honolulu, HI
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Hawai‘i Community Foundation and A Blueprint for Action: Water Security for an Uncertain Future
Keynote: Green City, Clean Waters
Into the Weeds: Collaboration, Partnerships, and Installations and Asset Management
Michelle West, PE
Terri-Ann Koike, ISA Certified Arborist® and ISA Municipal Specialist®
Hawai'i Low Impact Development Atlas
Help populate the Atlas! The Hawaiʻi Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas is a collection of alternative/green stormwater management practices currently installed across the state. The Atlas is hosted by the National Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Network and the University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant Program. It is an online resource providing geo-referenced examples of green infrastructure and low impact development for stormwater management. You can browse the Atlas by either selecting a town, land use type, project type or by simply clicking on pinned sites.
You can add your own project to the atlas by filling out the Hawaiʻi LID Atlas Submission Form.
If you have not already done so, please fill out this evaluation survey and comment form. Thank you for your feedback!
This programmed qualified for 7 AICP CM Credits. To claim your credits, please visit here.
Contact, Matthew Gonser, Hawai'i Sea Grant
email@example.com, (808) 956-2872
This event was supported by an award from the National Sea Grant Office received by the University of Hawai'i Sea Grant College Program.
Additional supported was provided by the Hawai'i Community Foundation, TOD Honolulu, AECOM, and Hawai'i ASLA.
This event was collaboratively organized by:
AECOM; American Planning Association - Hawai'i Chapter; American Society for Landscape Architecture - Hawai'i Chapter; The City and County of Honolulu Department of Facilities Maintenance, Storm Water Division, and Department of Planning and Permitting, Transit-Oriented Development Division; Hui o Ko'olaupoko; Ki Concepts; The Trust for Public Land; UH Water Resources Research Center, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.