URBANISTA 14. How to go from gray to green infrastructure?


Hei! Welcome to The Urbanista.
The podcast for urban designers and city planners where we discuss about city water management and sustainable urban development. In this episode we talk with Tallulah Lutkin, Utility Performance Editor at Global Water Intelligence. We discussed the main challenges of transition from gray to green infrastructure, new carbon neutrality requirements and regulations.

Global Water Intelligence (GWI) is the unchallenged leader in high-value business information for the water industry. Its magazine is published monthly, in print and online, and is widely read by executives and managers at all levels. GWI also publishes four market intelligence reports each year, which provide in-depth data and understanding of specific water sector markets or regions of the world.

During this insightful conversation we discussed several topics:
– What the highest achieving water utilities do differently.
– Opportunities for stormwater treatment plants to participate in the circular economy.
– The role of green infrastructure in making cities climate resilient: how do we define ‘green infrastructure’?
– How is the water sector approaching new carbon neutrality requirements?
– How sustainability criteria water utilities have been including / should include in their procurement processes?
– Key takeaways from the recent Global Water Summit, in Berlin.

Global Water Intelligence – www.globalwaterintel.com
Coverage on the greenhouse gas emissions of the water industry:

Connect with Tallulah Lutkin – https://www.linkedin.com/in/tallulah-lutkin-5b110a10a/

Thank you Urbanistas for listening!

The Urbanista is a production of Uponor Infra Oy, produced and edited in sunny Helsinki by Mariia Andriushenkova.


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