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Green Infrastructure Vision

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) has released a new study estimating how a Green Infrastructure Vision (GIV) for Chicago has the potential to provide over $6 billion in flood control, water filtration, groundwater recharge, and carbon storage for the entire metro area. The full report, released in partnership with Chicago Wilderness and The Conservation Fund, is downloadable as a PDF. [CMAP]