Webinar: Incorporating Climate Solutions February 9th 12-1:15pm EST

  • 09 Feb 2017
Webinar: Incorporating Climate Solutions February 9th 12-1:15pm EST
Event Description

Webinar: Incorporating Climate Solutions into Day to Day Adaptation February 9th 12-1:15pm EST

Join the Antioch University New England Center for Climate Preparedness and Community Resilience and their discussion about how to approach development, financing and implementation of climate adaptation stategies across all municipal planning activities.

This webinar will cover:

1) How to incorporate adaptation into day-to-day municipal processes.
2) How to incorporate climate preparedness strategies into a comprehensive Master Plan.
3) How to develop measurable benchmarks for assessing progress towards stated climate adaptation and mitigation objectives.

Key Speakers:

Kristin Baja, Climate and Resilience Planner, City of Baltimore MD
Rhett Lamb, Planning Director, City of Keene NH

This webinar is part of the series: Weathering Change: Local Solutions for Strong Communities presented by Antioch University New England, in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Attendees will also recieve AICP CM 1.25 credits.

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