Tune into Coastal Conservancy Climate Ready Webinar on December 2nd

Lessons-Learned From Sea Level Rise Adaptation Planning

December 2, 2016, 10:00-11:30am, Registration Required

Many adaptation planning efforts are underway in coastal California to help communities prepare for sea level rise and its associated impacts. The Coastal Conservancy has funded over 14 such planning efforts and would like to share lessons learned and best practices from our projects that can help others working on similar efforts in California. This webinar will highlight three case studies including:

  • San Mateo County (Hilary Papendick, San Mateo County)

  • Monterey Bay (Kelly Leo, The Nature Conservancy)

  • Los Angeles (Alyssa Newton Mann, USC Sea Grant)

Representatives from these adaptation projects will share information about their planning efforts and key lessons learned through the process. This webinar is aimed for those involved or interested in adaptation planning in California. Time at the end of the webinar will be available for questions and discussion.

To register, email hilary.walecka@scc.ca.gov with your name, affiliation, and email address.

Click here for more information.

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