Climate Change and Resiliency Webinar and Resource Guide
Rising sea levels, more severe storms and natural disasters and more are already making an impact on historic buildings, neighborhoods and open spaces. How will these changes affect existing historic resources and how can we plan for the future? Our panelists discuss these issues and also, what is being done to protect historic resources, including proactive steps communities can take and resources that exists to assist them. Luckily, there are numerous resources available to preservation advocates on the local level. To download the Climate Change and Resiliency Resource Guide, Click Here.
Listen to learn more about how climate change is impacting our historic resources and how to be proactive in your own community.
Mary Thompson, Moderator- Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Holly Backus, Preservation Planner, Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Coordinator, Town of Nantucket
Arnold Robinson, Regional Director of Planning, Fuss & O'Neill, Inc.
Mary Shanks, Deputy Regional Environmental Officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency - Boston
For a copy of the Climate Change and Resiliency Resource Guide discussed in the Webinar, Click Here
To download a copy of the webinar Powerpoint, Click Here
For helpful links that webinar attendees provided, Click Here
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