We are happy to announce that the inaugural South Central Climate Resilience Forum will be held from April 2-4, 2024, in Dallas, TX. The Forum is being led by a collaborative group of academic institutions, municipalities, federal agencies, and organizations, and is focused on fostering meaningful dialogue on climate resilience and adaptation across Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. It will bring together representatives from non-profit organizations, all levels of government, community groups, the private sector, and academia from across the region. The goals of the event are to improve understanding of the climate-related challenges facing the region and increase awareness of work being done to enhance the resilience of the region. The program will include presentations, symposiums, and workshops about resources, research, tools, knowledge, and experiences relating to climate resilience and opportunities for information exchange and networking.
Are you interested in presenting your work, organizing a symposium, or holding an interactive workshop? The Call for Presentations is now open! Please submit your ideas by December 1. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear about and/or demonstrate how your community or state is building resilience to climate-related challenges.
Please share with anyone who may be interested. We look forward to seeing you in Dallas in 2024!
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