When new information changes the landscape
Bligh Tanner Director Alan Hoban recently sat down with Ideanthro’s Jack Mullaly for its Front of Mind series to discuss some of the emerging science about urban stormwater management. Recent research that shows that residential and commercial areas in South East Queensland may be generating far less sediment, nitrogen and phosphorous that previously thought, and that bioretention systems soak up massive amounts of water but do little for nutrient concentrations. What does this mean for policy and practice, and how well equipped is the industry to deal with challenging new information?
You can watch the conversation here