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View Resource Gas Pains

Over a few decades, while sustaining or improving performance, the Pentagon's land, sea, and air platforms could cost-effectively save two thirds of their fuel directly, plus more fuel to deliver...
View Resource Re-evaluating Stormwater: The Nine Mile Run Model for Restorative Development

This full color, richly illustrated report shows how low-cost, multi-benefit stormwater management measures, incorporated into retrofit programs and redevelopment projects, can reduce sewer overflows...
View Resource "21st Century Water Systems: Scenarios, Visions, and Drivers"

Prepared as the opening presentation for an August 1999 EPA workshop, "Sustainable Urban Water Infrastructure: A Vision of the Future," this paper outlines wide-ranging developments that will affect...
View Resource Valuing Decentralized Wastewater Technologies: A Catalog of Benefits, Costs, and Economic Analysis Techniques

This report was prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It reviews the full range of benefits and costs of decentralized wastewater systems relative to conventional centralized systems...
View Resource Solutions Journal

RMI is engaged in research that addresses pragmatic designs, practices, and policies, not social theories or laboratory experiments. We work on all parts of the solution process?idea, strategy, and i...
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