Did you know…
Subterranean tidal drains, made of brick culverts, were first installed in the City of Charleston in 1857.
Each week until the 2017 in-person meeting, we will be featuring a session to share a few more details about the agenda. The session this week is “Bridging Climate Resilience and Disaster Planning.” We will be learning about incorporating disaster recovery into existing long-term planning efforts to increase climate resilience.
Join us for:
- Learning about the core concepts of disaster (response, mitigation, recovery, and redevelopment) and FEMA’s National Disaster Recovery Framework and Recovery Support Functions.
- Understanding how your community can include disaster recovery in existing planning efforts, such as climate adaptation and resilience planning, hazard mitigation planning, and comprehensive/land-use planning.
- Engaging with other communities to share challenges and lessons learned.