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Green infrastructure guide for water management

Complete Title: 
Green infrastructure guide for water management : ecosystem-based management approaches for water-related infrastructure projects
Non IUCN Publication



Green Infrastructure (GI) is becoming increasingly recognized as an important opportunity for addressing the complex challenges of water management. The GI approach refers to the natural or semi-natural systems that provide services for water resources management with equivalent or similar benefits to conventional (built) "grey" water infrastructure. This guide addresses one of the main barriers to widespread adoption of GI solutions: a general lack of awareness of the solutions and associated cost-benefits. The illustrative case studies in this guide provide examples of GI options that address water management challenges, while delivering a number of significant co-benefits. 

[S.I.] : UNEP, 2014
Physical Description: 
75p. : ill., maps
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Includes bibliographic references

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Record created: 2014/09/15
Record updated: 2023/10/20