Join Us for the Next Climate Community of Practice Webinar – January 22, 2019

More Resources for Resilience:
Florida’s Adaptation Planning Guidebook and the Gulf of Mexico Mitigation Guidebook

Tuesday, January 22, 2019
11:00 a.m. EST

Please join us as we explore two new resilience resources.

Whitney Gray will share Florida DEP’s new Adaptation Planning Guidebook.  The Guidebook is scalable and intended to be used by local government planners in cities and counties of any size, providing a framework to develop an initial, or update an existing, adaptation plan.  It focuses on 4 steps:  Establish the Context, Assess Vulnerability, Identify Adaptation Strategies, and Plan Strategy Implementation.  The Guidebook contains best practices and resources useful to any coastal community.

Florida Adaptation Guidebook

Hank Hodde with Smart Home America will share the Gulf of Mexico Mitigation Guidebook.  His presentation will explain how this new resource can be used for education and outreach activities with community stakeholders. It provides collaborators, practitioners, and researchers with an overview of federal and state-based mitigation programs, insurance and tax incentives for construction standards, and policies that promote resilient practices to wind hazards.

This is a free webinar, and participation is first-come, first-served.  Pre-registration is not required.

Title:  More Resources for Resilience:  Florida’s Adaptation Planning Guidebook and the Gulf of Mexico Mitigation Guidebook
Guest Speakers:  Whitney Gray and Hank Hodde
Date:  Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Time:  10 a.m. central time/11 a.m. eastern time
Duration:  1 hour
Agenda:

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Overview of Adaptation Planning Guidebook
  • Introduction to the Mitigation Guidebook
  • Q and A from participants

Log-in instructions:
http://noaacsc.adobeconnect.com/cop/

Dial: 1.866.738.0638
Participant PIN: 1773431#

This webinar is jointly hosted by the Gulf of Mexico Climate and Resilience Community of Practice and the Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice.


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