Friday, September 3, 2010

LA officials use green infrastructure to fight stormwater pollution

Southern California Public Radio has continued its series of reports regarding the use of green infrastructure to address the problem of stormwater pollution. The first report was on Ventura County, and this one covers Los Angeles.

Read, listen and watch (there are links to a video clip and a slide show) as the application of green infrastructure and low impact development in the urban jungle of Los Angeles is explained and explored.

The report ties in well with Surfrider Foundation's Ocean Friendly Gardens program.


  1. It is nice to hear that LA officials are looking forward to green infrastructures to fight stormwater pollution. It is about time for officials to start thinking and acting for a stormwater. Best management practices should be kept in mind, for the continuous stage of climate change is alarming. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Now that's great news! After that, you'll need decent janitorial services. St Paul seems to have no problem in that area. I looked into your link suggestion Sharon. They seem pretty solid and reliable. Great for the crusade against storm water pollution. If you have investment in infrastructures though, you might also want to invest on some HVAC. St Paul boasts of the best there is in that field.

    More power to Please, keep on fighting the good fight.