This guide aims to provide the user with a general overview of what the best available technologies and strategies are in the market today that can get buildings to achieve the 2030 goals not only in energy but in transportation and water and stormwater as well. To see the table of contents for this guide click here.
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A Neighborhood Green Stormwater Management Project
Greener Belltown=Bluer Sound (GBBS) was conceived as a community engagement effort to develop a visionary plan for managing 50% of Belltown’s stormwater runoff and serve as a model that could be replicated in other areas of the Seattle 2030 District. In addition, the goal was to build the case for more investment in Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) and to identify practical GSI solutions at the neighborhood scale that could also mesh with local priorities.
A Developers Guide to Using Green Infrastructure
This guide highlights the value Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) creates for development projects and the resources available to help implement it in design and practice.
The intended audience is property developers and construction professionals but aims to be informative to a wider audience including urban planners and municipal policy designers.