Natural & Green Infrastructure

Natural and green infrastructure are the natural systems and environmental-based technologies that provide communities with economic, environmental and social benefits. Urban forests, stormwater ponds, wetlands and waterways are all examples of natural and green infrastructure. Other examples include green roofs, meadows, urban agriculture, parks and gardens. Understandably, natural and green infrastructure is important for the well-being of communities and improves both ecosystem and public health. Check out the links below to find out more about the importance of natural and green infrastructure, as well as what you can do to support green infrastructure investment: