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Using An "Impervious Permit" Allowance System To Reduce Impervious Surface Coverage for Environmental Sustainability

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P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied the impacts of impervious surface coverage and urbanization on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.

P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied the impacts of impervious surface coverage and urbanization on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.
P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon created various maps of impervious surface coverage for the Baltimore region.

P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon created various maps of impervious surface coverage for the Baltimore region.
P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied impervious surfaces and urban runoff in parking lots such as this one.

P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied impervious surfaces and urban runoff in parking lots such as this one.
P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied the impacts of impervious surface coverage and urbanization on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.

P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon studied the impacts of impervious surface coverage and urbanization on Maryland's Chesapeake Bay.
P3 Ph.D. students Steve Sharkey, Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon discussed environmental sustainability issues with former Maryland Governor and former Baltimore Mayor Donald Schaffer at the Maryland Association of Counties 2004 Annual Meeting.

P3 Ph.D. students Steve Sharkey, Tom Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon discussed environmental sustainability issues with former Maryland Governor and former Baltimore Mayor Donald Schaffer at the Maryland Association of Counties 2004 Annual Meeting.
The Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE) at UMBC presented research findings and discusses urban sustainability at the Maryland Association of Counties 2004 Annual Meeting.

The Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE) at UMBC presented research findings and discusses urban sustainability at the Maryland Association of Counties 2004 Annual Meeting.
P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino, Bernadette Hanlon and Steve Sharkey studied the built environment.

P3 Ph.D. students Tom Vicino, Bernadette Hanlon and Steve Sharkey studied the built environment.
The Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE) at UMBC hosted Dr. Philippe Jamet, Attach for Science and Technology for the Embassy of France in Washington D.C., brought 32 students and two professors from the French Institute for Environmental Engineering and Management to meet with CUERE staff and students to discuss sustainability issues, including the P3 project.

The Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE) at UMBC hosted Dr. Philippe Jamet, Attach for Science and Technology for the Embassy of France in Washington D.C., brought 32 students and two professors from the French Institute for Environmental Engineering and Management to meet with CUERE staff and students to discuss sustainability issues, including the P3 project.
State of the art storm water management system at Tide Point in Baltimore aims to mitigate the impacts of runoff and impervious surfaces

State of the art storm water management system at Tide Point in Baltimore aims to mitigate the impacts of runoff and impervious surfaces.
State of the art storm water management system at Tide Point in Baltimore aims to mitigate the impacts of runoff and impervious surfaces.

State of the art storm water management system at Tide Point in Baltimore aims to mitigate the impacts of runoff and impervious surfaces.
Baltimore's Mt. Vernon neighborhood promotes
          sustainability development through the use of green space

Baltimore's Mt. Vernon neighborhood promotes sustainability development through the use of green space.
Baltimore's West Side Revitalization project engages in historic preservation and urban renewal as a means to promote smart growth and sustainability.

Baltimore's West Side Revitalization project engages in historic preservation and urban renewal as a means to promote smart growth and sustainability.
Baltimore's West Side Revitalization project engages in historic preservation and urban renewal as a means to promote smart growth and sustainability.

Baltimore's West Side Revitalization project engages in historic preservation and urban renewal as a means to promote smart growth and sustainability.


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