- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: November 2014
This presentation features the Tomorrow Plan. Cities like Philadelphia and Cincinnati have made headlines in recent years for their innovative approaches to complying with federal Clean Water Act consent decrees. By using green infrastructure to help abate combined sewer overflows (CSOs), cities are saving money, reducing water pollution, and achieving an array of important social benefits.
Keywords: case study; Communications; case study; implementation; public engagement; Leadership Academy-Transition to implementation 2
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