Kansas City Green Infrastructure Case Study
This plan, an early component of aggressive regional planning by the Mid-America Regional Council, focuses largely on connecting key conservation corridors.
This website features open source tools, articles and blogs of interest to planners and community organizers. Green infrastructure is frequently mentioned in various capacities throughout the site.
This free report from the Water Environment Research Foundation details the costs associated with vegetative roofs, rainwater catchment systems, and bioretention facilities. It also provides planning-level cost estimates.
The US Forest Service studies urbanization strategies that can prevent habitat loss and fragmentation for local wildlife. This page includes current research as well as contact information for Forest Service wildlife and urban research experts.
The Social Computing Group at MIT created this map by analyzing Google Street View images of Cambridge, MA. It illustrates the amount of green infrastructure in the city and could offer some useful guidance to GIS specialists.