June 7, 2017

Ken Susilo Joins Webcast on Economic Instruments for Green Infrastructure Investment

Ken Suslio (California) will speak during a webcast, "Working with the Market for Green Stormwater Infrastructure," that will be held by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) Stormwater Institute from 1- 2:30 p.m. EST on June 08, 2017.

According to WEF, this webcast will summarize highlights from a new report “Economic Instruments to Support Investment in Green Stormwater Infrastructure” released in April by Storm and Stream Solutions LLC and Willamette Partnership, in collaboration with the WEF Stormwater Institute. The development of this report included an interactive two-day workshop with over 40 professionals from the stormwater, water quality trading and environmental markets sectors.

Ken Susilo is a Senior Principal Water Resources Engineer based in Washington, D.C. with more than 20 years of experience focused on urban stormwater management. Ken specializes in the development of multi-benefit, environmentally-sensitive solutions to stormwater management and water conservation design and planning efforts by applying leading-edge technologies to enhance the natural and built environment.

Ken will be joined by speakers Carrie Sanneman, Clean Water Program Manager, Willamette Partnership; Seth Brown, P.E., Principal/Founder, Storm and Stream Solutions, LLC; Janet Clements, Senior Water Resource Economist, Corona Environmental Consulting, LLC; and Sandra K. Ralston (Moderator), Principal, Consensus LLC.

More Information

Learn more and register for the webinar the WEF Website.

For more information about economic instruments for green infrastructure investment, contact Ken Suslio at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Learn more about ken at https://www.geosyntec.com/people/ken-susilo

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