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Integrating Water Into Local and Regional Sustainability Planning

Date Published: April 2014

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This document features case stories of nine Sustainable Communities grant communities that are successfully integrating water into their local and regional sustainability planning efforts. The projects demonstrate ways that water-related challenges and opportunities can be a key part of planning for a region's long-term economic competitiveness, quality of place, and livability.

Keywords: implementation; water infrastructure; case study; implementation; infrastructure; integrating water; water; water infrastructure; resilience

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  • New England Environmental Finance Center
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