Please register for Stormwater Credit Trading – Program Considerations and Perspectives from Grand Rapids, Michigan on Jun 18, 2019 12:00 PM EDT here.
Presenters will describe their efforts to design a stormwater credit trading program for Grand Rapids, Michigan. The program is intended to provide regulatory flexibility for real estate developers while leveraging their resources to build and maintain green infrastructure across the community. The presentation will cover key aspects of a credit trading program, including benefits, prerequisites, and fundamental design considerations.
Presenters: Carrie Rivette (City of Grand Rapids) + Jeff Odefey (American Rivers)
A recording of this webinar is available here.
The SFPUC Green Infrastructure Maintenance Model is an Excel-based planning tool that is used to plan and budget for future green infrastructure maintenance obligations in terms of both labor and dollar costs. The SFPUC has made the model available for sister municipal stormwater agencies to use for planning-level analyses. A recording of a recent presentation about the model and how to get a copy is available here.
The Green Infrastructure Co-benefits Valuation Tool is intended to provide a framework, methods, and values to support rapid screening-level analysis of the costs and benefits associated with a range of GI investments. It was developed by Earth Economics with guidance from Exchange members.
Below are links to the most current version of the valuation tool and additional resources:
- Fact sheet: GreenStormwaterInfrastructure_Handout
- Valuation Tool: Green-Infrastructure-Valuation-Tool_-Version-1.01
- User Guide: Green-Infrastructure-Valuation-Tool-User-Guide-Version_1.01
One on one support from Earth Economics is available. If interested, please contact email@example.com.