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The Prevalence and Cost of Urban Flooding A Case Study of Cook County, IL Phase One (May 2013) The Prevalence and Cost of Urban Flooding

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The Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) is an award-winning innovations laboratory for urban sustainability. Since 1978, CNT has been working to show urban communities in Chicago and across the country how to develop more sustainably. CNT promotes the better and more efficient use of the undervalued resources and inherent advantages of the built and natural systems that comprise the urban environment. As a creative think-and-do tank, we research, promote, and implement innovative solutions to improve the economy and the environment; make good use of existing resources and community assets; restore the health of natural systems and increase the wealth and well-being of people—now and in the future. CNT’s unique approach combines cutting edge research and analysis, public policy advocacy, the creation of web-based information tools for transparency and accountability, and the advancement of economic development social ventures to address those problems in innovative ways. CNT works in four areas: transportation and community development, water, energy and climate. CNT has two affiliates, IGO TM CarSharing and CNT Energy. CNT is a recipient of the 2009 MacArthur Award for Creative and Effective Institutions. More information about CNT is available at www.cnt.org This research is part of CNT’s Smart Water for Smart Regions initiative dedicated to inventive solutions and advocacy focused on water supply and stormwater in the Great Lakes states. Visit www.cnt.org/water for more information. Th

Year: 2013
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