Join us for "Adaptation Planning for Communities" on July 16-17 in Costa Mesa. Only a few spots remain — register today!
Join the Climate Science Alliance and our partners for this professional development opportunity to learn about adaptation planning. This two-day training provides practical skills for incorporating adaptation strategies into planning processes.
You will learn how to:
Apply the basic elements of an adaptation planning framework to organize future preparedness efforts
Translate climate science into impacts on local community assets
Practice a qualitative approach to scope and compile a vulnerability assessment, and describe how to apply the results
Identify, compare, and prioritize locally relevant adaptation strategies and actions
Describe implementation options for different strategies
Recognize the importance of stakeholder involvement in adaptation planning and demonstrate the applicability of engagement processes and tools
Continuing Education Credits: Participants are eligible for continuing education credits through the American Institute of Certified Planners and Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) professional certifications.
Who should attend? The course is designed for planners, public works staff, floodplain managers, hazard mitigation planners, sustainability managers, emergency managers, and coastal resource managers.
Registration ends Friday, June 28th.
The Climate Science Alliance is co-hosting this training with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve and the University of Southern California Sea Grant.
For further information contact: Dani Boudreau at firstname.lastname@example.org