Rooftops to Rivers: Keeping Water Clean in Santa Barbara

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Robert Wilkinson, Professor of Environmental Science & Management at University of California, Santa Barbara, and Lisa Stratton, Director of Ecosystem Management at the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration, discuss how green infrastructure can help address water supply issues, prevent pollution, save energy, reduce greenhouse gases, provide jobs and save money; the video also highlights Santa Barbara’s approach to green infrastructure.

To learn more about ways communities across the country are using green infrastructure to manage stormwater, go to NRDC’s Rooftops to Rivers page.

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