Stormwater Conferene - : Incorporating Green Infrastructure into Hazard Mitigation Plans

Start Date
10/17/2018
End Date
10/17/2018
Description
Communities across the country are facing challenges presented by an increase stormwater
runoff. Green infrastructure is one approach to addressing the problems associated with poor water quality and flooding caused by stormwater. The incorporation of green infrastructure into hazard mitigation planning is one option that municipalities may consider when looking for solutions. This presentation will discuss the benefits of integrating nature based stormwater controls into the hazard mitigation process. Lessons learned from pilot studies jointly conducted by EPA and FEMA will be
discussed, as well as resources that are available to assist municipalities in addressing climate resiliency.
This presentation will educate state and local decision makers that are working on stormwater related issues (planners, municipal engineers, etc.) on opportunities to broaden the opportunities to use nature based solutions in building resilient communities.
Location
Beacon, NY
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
• What practices can be considered ‘green infrastructure’ (GI)
• Improved understand of the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Planning (HMP) process
• Three benefits of including GI in HMPs
Instructors
Maureen Krudner
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Provider
New York Chapter of ASLA


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