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Resilience Ecosystem Workshop (REW22) Scheduled for May 4, 2022

  • 21 April 2022
Resilience Ecosystem Workshop (REW22) Scheduled for May 4, 2022

The CEE Division is co-sponsoring the fourth Resilience Ecosystem Workshop (REW22) on May 4, 2022. This virtual meeting will reconvene a broad community of applied adaptation services providers who are working to develop a shared strategy for building resilience in communities across the nation.

The workshop is sponsored jointly by the CPO CEE Division and the Climate Resilience Fund (CRF). Participants will have the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues, provide input on the grantmaking priorities for CRF’s 2022 Coordination and Collaboration in the Resilience Ecosystem Program, and preview the forthcoming Practitioner's Guide for Implementing the Steps to Resilience, soon to be released by the Climate Resilience Toolkit team at the NOAA Climate Program Office.

CRF's Coordination and Collaboration in the Resilience Ecosystem (CCRE) Program has recently posted four technical papers produced through the Program's 2021 grantmaking activities. 

Access the papers »

Additional background on Resilience Ecosystem Workshops »

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For more information, contact LuAnn Dahlman.



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