Rainwater’s Senior Project Engineer, Josh Briggs, joined the team in June 2008. His expertise in the integration of rainwater harvesting with stormwater management and water resources engineering have been invaluable, enhancing the amount and quality of Rainwater’s projects.
He’s an adventurous fellow, riding his bike to work through the scary streets of Boston, daring the crowds [...]

David Engle over at Water Efficiency has written an impressively complete article on the state of water funding in the US right now. With availability of money acting like a game of peek-a-boo, it’s nice to know know someone has kept track of “this drastically altered funding landscape.” In Hard Times, Money for Water,Engle starts [...]

15 Stories About Building Green

Posted on January 5th, 2009 by Water Nymph in Heroes

The USGBC has a beautifully designed online annual report with great stories about how the organization was created and the progress its made since its inception. So often, as we try to make the world a better place, we tend to emphasize the negative, the scary, the mistakes. It filled me with a warm glow [...]


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