Mich. city could address stormwater with "blue infrastructure"

07/12/2013 | Detroit Free Press

"Blue infrastructure" could help Detroit handle stormwater overflow and is part of the Detroit Future City plan. Rainwater gardens, retention ponds and other tools could hold stormwater until floodplains or other natural structures absorb it. "It should be thought of as constructing ecosystem services that employ elements of nature," said Joan Nassauer, an expert on blue infrastructure.

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