On December 7 Ned Gardiner, PhD, will deliver training on climate adaptation and the Steps to Resilience to FEMA Region 1 and New England Federal Partners (NOAA, FEMA, HHS, and others) during their day-long Climate Adaptation Seminar. The seminar will be open to all state, local, tribal, territorial, non-governmental climate service providers and emergency management partners. The event includes talks on climate-related impacts within the region and identifies resources to support emergency management efforts focused on climate adaptation.
For more information, contact event co-organizer Ellen Mecray (NESDIS) or Ned Gardiner.
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