Upcoming Webinar 1/18: Lessons from the Nation's Leading Regional Climate Collaboratives


Join the Georgetown Climate Center for a webinar on Jan. 18 at 3 p.m. Eastern as we share lessons from our forthcoming report, Lessons in Regional Resilience: Case Studies on Regional Climate Collaboratives. The report analyzes how regional collaboratives are catalyzing climate action in communities across the country by sharing best practices, assessing risks and vulnerabilities, and developing plans and policy recommendations that help coordinate climate policy across jurisdictions.

The webinar will feature representatives from regional collaboratives in California and Washington, and from California's Alliance of Regional Collaboratives for Climate Adaptation (ARCCA). The Climate Science Alliance is excited to have partner, Laura Engeman, there to speak about her work in the San Diego region with the Climate Collaborative.

Participants include:

  • Larry Greene, Executive Director, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, and Immediate Past Chair, Capital Region Climate Readiness Collaborative

  • Laura Engeman, Manager, San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative

  • Matt Kuharic, Senior Climate Change Specialist at King County, WA, and Co-Chair, King County-Cities Climate Collaboration

  • Michael McCormick, State of California - Governor's Office of Planning and Research (ex-officio member of ARCCA)

  • Julia Kim, Project Manager, Local Government Commission (facilitator for ARCCA)

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