Analysis of Equity in Two Community-Based Public-Private Partnerships Focused on Green Stormwater Infrastructure

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2023-04-28

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Community-based public private partnerships (CBP3s) are a novel approach in providing green stormwater infrastructure improvements and community co-benefits. The two long-term CBP3s in our study were located in Prince George’s County, Maryland and the City of Chester, Pennsylvania. We investigated policies, conducted interviews, and assessed stakeholders to better understand equity dimensions in the CBP3s and make recommendations for improvement. Our findings explore contexts around each case study, outcomes to date, data tracking, and how key themes related to equity and considerations around gentrification are described and incorporated. Major differences were identified in community buy-in and stakeholder involvement across our two cases. Recommendations of our study include better incorporating equity into CBP3s, more tracking of key metrics, and increased coordination between those involved in the partnerships.

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Waheed, Arfa, and Kendall Wimberley (2023). Analysis of Equity in Two Community-Based Public-Private Partnerships Focused on Green Stormwater Infrastructure. Master's project, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/27181.


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