Welcome to the Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange
The Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange is a practitioner network that supports communities seeking to adopt and grow green stormwater infrastructure programs by accelerating peer learning, innovation and implementation.
Welcome to The Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange
The Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange (“the GI Exchange”) – a project of the Global Philanthropy Partnership – is a high functioning, highly connected member-led peer-to-peer learning practitioner network that offers a platform for communities to share experiences, circulate ideas, and solve problems together toward finding more sustainable water infrastructure solutions. Click to learn more.
GI EXCHANGE MEMBERS AWARDED HIGH RECOGNITIONS
BY WATER CANADA
This summer, the 11th annual Canadian Water Summit spotlighted the winners of the 2020 Water’s Next Awards. Among the award recipients was GI Exchange member the City of Vancouver, who were recognized in the Projects and Technology: Stormwater category for their innovative Rain City Strategy. They also received the overall Project of the Year award. Additionally, Melina Scholefield from the City of Vancouver received the Water Steward of the Year award. Congratulations to the City of Vancouver and Melina for their amazing work! Click here for more.
Partners for Places Round 17 Green Stormwater Infrastructure Webinar REGISTER Partners for Places Round 17 Green Stromwater Infrastructure Invitation to Apply was released on July 30 with proposals due September 18. The P4P team is hosting a webinar on Thursday,...
The Funders Network (TFN), in partnership with the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), is pleased to announce the opening of the latest round of the Partners for Places grant program. As in previous grant cycles, PFP is excited to partner with the Green...
Your organization will connect with a network of peers who are leaders in GSI implementation and innovation across the US and Canada and have opportunities to collaborate with other member cities to solve GSI issues.
Our members are cities, counties, and utilities who have committed to green stormwater infrastructure as a strategy for community resilience and to sharing their knowledge with their peers.