Create Opportunities to Thrive: Water & Infrastructure

Create Opportunities to Thrive: Water & Infrastructure

Regardless of its cause, climate change is widely recognized to pose significant environmental, economic, and social risks, both locally and globally. The monetary cost will…

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Environmental Justice, Socioeconomics, and the Importance of Environmental Data

Environmental Justice, Socioeconomics, and the Importance of Environmental Data

Environmental justice and socioeconomics are essential to incorporate into climate change and resilience planning. Today’s blog will break down why, and touch on how data…

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What Does it Mean for a City to be Resilient in Times of Stormwater Stress and Climate Change?

What Does it Mean for a City to be Resilient in Times of Stormwater Stress and Climate Change?

What is resiliency? The world has become progressively more urbanized since industrialization, and more than 60% of the world’s population is expected to live in…

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know: The Stormwater World is an Unpredictable Place

You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know: The Stormwater World is an Unpredictable Place

One of the StormSensor® company values: Design for a perfect world…and then add reality.   Data from a StormSensor Monitoring Point (Image © StormSensor) Take a…

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Fight! For Your Right!…to know if there is sewage in your water!

Fight! For Your Right!…to know if there is sewage in your water!

It’s time for old regulations to get with the times!  Today on the blog we’ll review combined sewage overflow notification policies and how they are…

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