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Excellence in GSI Awards Ceremony: Celebrating the Triple Bottom Line

FringeArts, 140 North Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia
May 11, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

The Excellence in GSI Awards Ceremony will exclusively celebrate and elevate GSI projects in the Greater Philadelphia Area, the triple bottom line benefits of GSI, and the many partners who make these projects successful.

On behalf of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia, the GSI Partners will be recognizing excellence in GSI in the following categories:

Public Projects: Projects managed at least in part by a public agency and/or are on public property (local, city, state, federal)
Private Projects: Projects managed by a private entity and/or are on private property
Early Adopters: Public or Private projects 10 years or older
Research in GSI: Peer-reviewed, published, and/or presented academic, non-profit, government, or private research on one or more elements of the triple bottom line performance of GSI
Leadership in GSI: An individual whose work has transformed the understanding and/or use of GSI in the Greater Philadelphia region.

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GSI Precedent Library:
Available Online Now!

One of the ways SBN, via the Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners, is addressing the need for more information on the degree to which GSI performs is through the development of a GSI Precedent Library. The Library was developed in partnership with The Delaware Valley Green Building Council with support from a strong consultant team including Meliora Design, Andropogon Associates, and Roofmeadow. The GSI Precedent Library features a collection of case studies of highly effective GSI projects from across the country that demonstrates the dynamic performance capacity of best management practices. The case studies are complemented by peer-reviewed research that further defends the environmental, social, and economic benefits of green stormwater infrastructure. Click here to access the Library (in flipbook format).

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