Sustainable Use of Renewable Energy: Green Infrastructure Development
Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Green Infrastructure Development in Central New York
The two presentations will cover the development of green infrastructure in Central New York area –particularly those forms of GI that can slow or reduce urban runnoff such as green roofs, rain gardens, drainage swales, urban vegetation, and treatment wetlands. We will cover the development of GI in CNY, benefits and detriments of GI, as well as efficiency of performance of GI functions. Specifically the On Center green roof will be reviewed in more detail. We also will cover recent results of neighborhood receptivity to GL implementation in Syracuse from a National Science Foundation /US Forest Service sponsored study.
Dr. Richard Smardon, Professor of Environmental Studies, SUNY-ESF
Dr. Cliff Davidson, Professor of Environmental Engineering, Smith School of Engineering, Syracuse University
This is the final of three SURE seminars that will be held this spring in the all new Gateway Center on the SUNY-ESF campus.
When & Where
Frank Moses & ESF Outreach
For additional information on the program content, please contact Frank Moses at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315) 857-4907. For more information about logistics, please contact the ESF Outreach Office at (315) 470-6817.