Infrastructure development and construction risks harming the natural and cultural environment. It is, however, possible to develop the built environment with less environmental impact. For example, roads can be constructed in a way that enables wildlife to pass safely, minimizing the risk of local extinction caused by creating barriers to wildlife. Another example is dealing with runoff water without harming river fish. The planning and construction of the built environment has impacts on both humans and the environment. EnviroPlanning is experienced in dealing with both the planning and execution of urban planning and infrastructure projects.