Nature's Revenue Streams: Five Ecological Value Case Studies
- 22 janvier 2020
Examines five projects that have applied nature’s principles in the design of stormwater management facilities in urban environments and compares their overall value to that of traditional ?pipe and drain? approaches. The study aims to compare the costs associated with traditional stormwater infrastructure solutions to the costs of ecologically engineered alternative stormwater management as well as to identify and quantify additional use and non-use benefits that can be derived when ecological infrastructure is applied to manage stormwater. Focusing largely on stormwater, it considers whether the projects have tangible economic value, savings or other benefits either to the developer, the occupant, the community or the municipality.
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