The purpose of our study is to help cities mitigate their own problems so to make it easier for them to face the rapidly changing climates, the economic tribulations, and other problems like large storms. - co-author Alan M. Berger, Professor of Advanced Urbanism and LCAU co-director.The team in the month of May conducted a campaign to ensure that these open-sourced designs reach urban stakeholders across the U.S. The engineered green space will not only manage stormwater but also will create greenery for the city recreational space for the community, and valuable wildlife habitats. The purification of water occurs through a combination of biological and chemical processes, including giving contaminants time to settle out of the water. Wetland vegetation is another good filter, as they are very effective at capturing pollutants and excess nutrients. The multi-use design has a political advantage as well; it can help in public approval to implement wetlands. Communities unaware of the consequences of stormwater flooding may not approve the implementation of such a project, the recreational feature will help in managing communities much easily. The team hopes that the cities will adopt this approach that will not only benefit the environment but also the livability of the city as well.
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