What Is Green Infrastructure & What Do We Do?

Is a program that is leader in innovative efforts to research, design, and implement Green Infrastructure in New York City. Managing stormwater runoff and water pollution in a sustainable and equitable way is one of the city’s major environmental challenges. We address these initiatives, along with several ongoing faculty and student research projects, bring together students, faculty, alumni and professionals across the city to holistically tackle this pressing environmental issue.

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Meet The Team!

Green Infrastructure Project has been around for a quite while and many people has been part of it. Come and meet each one of them! Masta Diaz – Barchelor in Architecture – SES Progam

Technical Assistance

Need work or asisstance with one of your projects? We can help you to get started with the GI information! Maga Gonzales, with the help of the entire team of Green Infrastructure Program and the leadership of Jaime Stein, has developed

Join The GI Fellowship

Interested in the Green Infratructure Fellowship? This is your chance to Join the program.  The Sustainable Environmental Systems program is seeking 2-3 Green Infrastructure fellows for this next semester. In 2013 the Institute was awarded a grant from the NYC Department

Water Quality Management Projects

Water Quality Management

This course aims to give participants a grasp of the functional power of water in regulating local climate through ecological productivity. This connection can facilitate an understanding of what water is and how it works in sustaining and supporting life...

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