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Showcasing success with Nature-based Solutions at COP28

December 05, 2023

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Two Stantec projects have been included in an industry report examining the relationship between infrastructure and nature

The International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure’s Climate Resilient Infrastructure Report: ‘A focus on nature’ was launched at COP28. It looks at the relationship between the built environment and the natural world while drawing attention to the industry leading schemes paving the way in this area.

It highlights projects that incorporate nature in their design, processes, or materials, as well as ones which positively impact natural systems. The report features two flagship UK-based Stantec projects, Clifton Wastewater Treatment Works and the Living With Water Partnership.

Both schemes use nature-based solutions to address urgent challenges for UK communities. Here you can read both case studies as they appear in this influential book of best practice.

Read the full Climate Resilient Infrastructure Report.

  • Chris Digman

    A recognised technical leader in urban drainage, Professor Chris Digman specialises in wastewater and stormwater management, sustainable drainage, flood risk management, pollution control and sewer solid movement.

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  • Robert McTaggart

    Robert is responsible for the technical governance and development of workflow procedures that maximise efficiency. He works on capital programs in collaboration with clients and regulators to ensure funded obligations and outcomes are met.

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  • Gwen Rhodes

    Gwen is a civil engineer working in water systems including drinkable water system improvement schemes, sustainable urban drainage (SuDS), surface water separation, combined sewer overflow (CSO) screening and storage, and flood alleviation.

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