Seminar: Drivers of Green Stormwater Infrastructure Transitions in Cities


Krissy Hopkins is an urban hydrologist broadly interested in coupled human–natural systems, particularly as they relate to water management in cities. Her SESYNC project focuses on characterizing how stormwater management strategies change over time and what socio-political factors facilitate transitions towards more sustainable management approaches.

SESYNC seminars are open to all interested attendees. Join us in Annapolis!

The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, funded through an award to the University of Maryland from the National Science Foundation, is a research center dedicated to accelerating data-driven scientific discovery at the interface of human and ecological systems. Visit us online at and follow us on Twitter @SESYNC.

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