Resources for the Future initiates its economic research platform on water

Greenleaf co-hosted a Chicago roundtable on September 27th (one of five nationally) to aid Resources for the Future, an independent research institution in Washington, DC, in establishing its new water resources research initiative. We convened experts from the Midwest on urban water infrastructure needs, prioritizing the availability of safe, affordable water, and the mitigation of increased flood risks through improved stormwater management. Issues of governance, fragmentation, equity, and affordability were explored. RFF will share its national priorities for economic research with partners in early 2019.

Greenleaf is delighted to bridge partners and water leadership to this initiative.

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