Identifying Relationships Between Sewer Backups and Different Geographic and Demographic Factors Within New York City

Identifying Relationships Between Sewer Backups and Different Geographic and Demographic Factors Within New York City

Introduction Urban flooding has affected most developed cities due to rapid urbanization and climate change. Urban flooding is the accumulation of flood water within a…

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Small Cities Win With Big Data

Small Cities Win With Big Data

So many of the conferences and presentations I attend have some phenomenal stormwater study, with a hundred sensors and a highly detailed model, and I…

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Climate Intelligence Empowers Communities

Climate Intelligence Empowers Communities

Climate change is already happening. Regardless of the politics behind it, the facts are clear: we are experiencing rising sea levels, more extreme weather events,…

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Water! Biden’s Much Needed Infrastructure Plan

Water! Biden’s Much Needed Infrastructure Plan

America’s infrastructure has been on a bit of a downward spiral for some time; no one wants to spend more on taxes, and yet no…

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Five Ways to Implement Smart City Innovation in Storm & Sewer: Critical for Managing Climate Risk

Five Ways to Implement Smart City Innovation in Storm & Sewer: Critical for Managing Climate Risk

Wastewater—Storm & Sewer—is behind the curve on the spectrum of innovation and digitalization (I know I mixed those metaphors…). Our infrastructure reminds us of this…

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