Urban water systems are confronted with significantly changing conditions. The impacts of climate change, rapid urbanization, and deteriorating and outdated infrastructure...
C-GINS (Compendium of green infrastructure network systems) is the repository for best practices, projects and approaches in support of Green Infrastructure (GI) and Water Sensitive...
With an objective of disseminating knowledge and good practices for sustainable water management,the particular case study can be explored on C-GINS on the basis of..
C-GINS is your one stop platform to explore best management practices showcasing sustainable urban water systems.
An Interactive Map has been developed by CSE that provides a filtering function to enable you to search for WSUD & GI projects under the categories below.
Green Infrastructure measures can be applied at all scales in an urban area. The consequent section includes the analysis, designing and planning of GI for different scales according to the Water Sensitive Urban Design & Planning principles. Also this section will mention about the water uses at different scales.
The drivers behind these case studies varies and may range from a need for water conservation, to provide water for recreational open space to protecting or restoring water quality of waterbodies etc. The solutions to the water management challenges may vary depending on these objectives.
Case Studies that sustain water demand and supplies by water conservation, increasing water infiltration ...
Case Studies that focus on pollution reduction of water from both point and non-point sources as well ...
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PhD, FRGS Associate Head of
Director of Dept. of Geography & Environmental Management,
InternationalWater Security Network