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Green Infrastructure and Public Health

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        LC ClassificationsMar 25, 2016
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 60 p. :
        Number of Pages88
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        ISBN 100415711363

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This priority is championed by. The EC does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this factsheet. House of Representatives Room H-305, The Capitol Washington, DC 20515 The Honorable Chuck Schumer Majority Leader United States Senate Room S-221, The Capitol Washington, DC 20510 August 4, 2021 Dear Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Schumer, With our country facing multiple, severe, interrelated crises — climate change, racial injustice, mass unemployment, and a public health Green Infrastructure and Public Health — we urgently need bold government action commensurate with the scale of the challenges we face.

This location serves as a fantastic example of how GI can be incorporated into future developments to mitigate stormwater events and benefit the public health of the surrounding community.Memorial Rain Garden, the flowers help attract bees and other pollinators. Green infrastructure filters out pollutants that might otherwise settle in groundwater. This priority is championed by Representatives Debbie Dingell and Yvette Clarke.

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believes that will mean making collaboration between city planners and residents the norm for infrastructure projects. The system is supposed to carry all that water to a treatment plant before releasing it into the Susquehanna River. She is interested in the public health effects of climate change and how building capacity at a local level through preparedness planning and the built environment can create resilient communities.

Nearly 100 grassroots organizations from 28 states are writing in support of key funding priorities championed by many of your colleagues. 5 The addition of bioswales, street trees, and an urban forest will increase the green space near these NYCHA complexes and reduce air temperatures, providing much needed relief from heat-related health outcomes in a location where vulnerable populations live.