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Cities find green ways to reduce storm floods
by Janet McConnaughey
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21 May 2020
On 21 May 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Cities and counties nationwide are turning to water gardens, planted roofs, porous pavement, and other 'green infrastructure' to tame stormwater. For more than a century, New Orleans has depended on canals and pumps to get rid of stormwater in a city where about half the land is below sea level. Now the bustling Mississippi River port that expanded by filling in wetlands is spending $270 million to create spaces for rainwater ... Cities around the country are taking creative steps to tame stormwater as climate change increases the number and intensity of hurricanes and other storms.
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