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Green Infrastructure Forum: Dig Deep for a Greener New York

When:
October 9, 2014: 8:30AM to 12:00PM
Where:
NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service 295 Lafayette St., New York, NY map

Riverkeeper Staff Attorney Sean Dixon will join a panel of speakers at the launch of Dig Deep for a Greener New York, a policy forum series presented by the New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund and NYU/Wagner’s Institute for Civil Infrastructure Systems.

This forum will examine the success of New York City’s green infrastructure pilot projects to date and explore the potential and challenges for the future. Dixon will join the Panel 1 discussion: Is New York City’s green infrastructure program achieving its aims? Is it having an impact on CSO volume in NYC? What are the challenges and opportunities for the program to be expanded citywide as a way of managing CSOs and stormwater?

Moderated by David Giambusso, Energy & Environment Reporter, Capital New York, the panel also includes Angela Licata, NYC Department of Environmental Protection; Maureen Krudner, Environmental Protection Agency, Region 2; Mary Alice Lee, Trust for Public Land, and Jaime Stein, S.W.I.M Coalition.

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