Communities of Saint-André and Drummond, with the Northwest Regional Service Commission (CSRNO) worked with MNAI between January-April 2020 to develop an inventory of their natural assets, a first step towards their natural asset program.
The report, published by Ontario Parks Association (OPA) and Green Infrastructure Foundation, outline strategies to incorporate green infrastructure into adaptation plans. One of the key findings of the report is that green infrastructure projects can have shorter pay back period while providing greater value.
This report has been published by Green Infrastructure Ontario Coalition and the Greenbelt Foundation to define the scope of green infrastructure in Ontario, provide assessment of the economic impact of the green infrastructure sector and demonstrate the potential to stimulate economic growth in Ontario from increased investment in green infrastructure.
The Green Infrastructure Performance Lab, based in Dalhousie University (Nova Scotia) engages in interdisciplinary research focused on analysis and design and planning of landscapes to improve human and ecological well-being.
Since 2016, Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee (KWRC) in partnership with Trout Unlimited Canada has been developing a public awareness campaign on reducing pressure on existing stormwater management infrastructure and improved watershed health.
On November 21st, 2019, the New Brunswick Environmental Network (NBEN) organized a visit of stormwater treatment systems (STS) and green infrastructures in New Hampshire. The visit was hosted by Dr. Tom Ballestero, the Director of the UNH Stormwater Center (UNHSC).