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Copyright: Mike Roberts How does green infrastructure help us adapt to climate change?
Captures rainwater Copyright: McCoy Wynne
Allows rainwater to soak into the ground Copyright: McCoy Wynne
Temporary or permanent storage of rainwater
Areas where rivers can naturally flood
Shade for people
Image courtesy of David Armson, University of Manchester Shade for cars!
Shade for buildings
Cooling from water ©iStockphoto.com/ pic-a-boo
Capturing & re-using rainwater
Also larger scale solutions!
Copyright: Mike Roberts No shade tree? Blame not the sun, but yourself Chinese proverb
Green Infrastructure as an Adaptation Response [ Presenters name] [Meeting name] [Date]
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