Syracuse EFC has released a summary report from the October 2013 National Community Summit on Green Infrastructure in Syracuse. The report provides conclusions and recommendations from summit dialogues on program development and project selection, innovative financing, operations and maintenance, performance, and promoting adoption.

The event was sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Onondaga County. It was coordinated and facilitated by the Syracuse Environmental Finance Center (Syracuse EFC), and co-hosted by Syracuse University, SUNY-ESF, the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Energy and Environmental Systems (SyracuseCoE), Onondaga Nation, and the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation (NYSEFC).