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“The decisions we make today about the infrastructure we put in place – whether natural or manmade – will have a long-lasting impact on how we live and work.
We should let nature do its very best job for us.” “There is a recognition that the project will save property, it’ll save homes, it’ll save businesses.
Remember what you are getting for your money is not just a lunch or dinner but a very nice dining experience during or at the end of the week with a very nice group of very nice people, and you never know who you might meet.
To explain the name 'chevalier': In my 53 year major legal case (1964-2017) I am now at the unusual stage where, due to most unusual and fortuitous circumstances, and as in investor by an Order of the Supreme Court, I am now in the financial position, not knowing what to do with all the money, where I can be a fantasy styled white knight chevalier (as in real life chevaliers (exceedingly hard to find) can turn out to be) to those damsels in distress in dire predicaments or certain various manners of need, financial, etc, who are suitably appreciative, either directly or imaginatively, by proxy or representationally.7/629 Pittwater Rd Dee Why – Tonight we are returning to this wonderful thai restaurant which has live music and dancing and they said they are going to put up balloons for us (one lady who has booked in has said she will wear a funny Mickey Mouse ears Christmas hat) - Tonight is about or so, but no more than say .50 per head.
Nature-based solutions use natural systems, mimic natural processes, or work in tandem with traditional approaches to address these specific hazards. population lives in counties where federally-declared, weather-related disasters have occurred since 2010.
Communities across the country— along rivers or coasts, large or small, rural or urban— can incorporate nature-based solutions in local planning, zoning, regulations, and built projects to help reduce their exposure to flood and erosion impacts. Smart nature-based solutions provide multiple benefits, giving communities high returns on their investments in flood risk reduction strategies.
For instance, we are safer when rivers have more room during floods and floodwaters can disperse and slow down rather than rise, rage and threaten communities.
Along our coasts, natural features like sand dunes and marshes or coral reefs and oyster reefs reduce wave heights, absorb storm surges and help stop erosion.
One study found that residents living in areas with more green space were more than three times as likely to be physically active, and approximately 40% less likely to be overweight or obese, compared to those living in areas with less green space.And green streetscapes encourage active modes of transport, such as walking or cycling.Also important, tree canopies and urban green spaces have shown a significant cooling effect in cities, which reduces energy demands for air conditioning and lowers local emissions.The presence of nearby natural areas and green spaces appears to strengthen social ties among neighbors by encouraging the use of common spaces.Strong community relationships increase the likelihood that individuals will work together to achieve common goals, exchange information, and maintain informal social controls, which leads to cleaner and safer public spaces, less crime, and can have a positive impact on public health.