This EBC Climate Change Series of five programs will examine the latest adaptation and resiliency programs at the city, state, and federal level as well as at institutions and in the private sector.
This second session in this EBC Climate Change series will cover Adaptation and Resilience in New York City, Massachusetts and Bridgeport. While the impacts of climate change will impact municipalities large and small, cities face particularly complex challenges including dense and diverse populations, concentrated critical infrastructure, and the potential for large economic impacts. For this program, we have invited leaders from across the Northeast to speak about the challenges they face and the design, financing, and implementation of solutions.
February 10, 2017 – Part One – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs at the State Level
March 7, 2017 – Part Two – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs at the Municipal Level
April 14, 2017 – Part Three – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs at the Federal Level
June 23, 2017 – Part Four – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs at Institutions
September 14, 2017 – Part Five – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs in the Private Sector
General Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.0 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.
- Kelly Knee, Technical Director, RPS ASA
The NYC Big U: From Dream to Design
- Carly Foster, Mitigation, Sustainability, & Resiliency Planner, Arcadis
Resilient Bridgeport: Towards a Multi-Neighborhood Strategy
- David Kooris, Director, Rebuild by Design and National Disaster Resilience, State of Connecticut
Resilient Communities: Closing Data Gaps for Better Adaptation
Planning Case Studies: Provincetown, MA & Portland, ME
- Mary McCrann, Senior Planner, Woodard & Curran
The available presentations from the EBC Climate Change Program Series: Part Two – Adaptation and Resiliency Programs at the Municipal Level completed on March 7, 2017, can be viewed below. Presentations are not available for download.
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