Connecting Coastal Resilience with Emergency Management:
Lessons from the Great Marsh in Massachusetts
2:00 – 3:00PM (Eastern Time), Thursday, May 31st
The National Wildlife Federation has been working with the Town of Essex and the Cape Ann Emergency Planning Team in Massachusetts to integrate coastal resilience into emergency management and communicate the connection between public safety, climate change, and coastal resilience. This project is a pilot to connect the impacts of climate change with the needs of first responders and the emergency management community and to use representatives from fire and police to communicate the urgency of adaptation to the general public.
This webinar will highlight our lessons learned and is suited to communities, citizens, and organization that are trying to find innovative ways to communicate and build awareness and support for coastal resilience activities. We look forward to you joining us.
This work is part of an ongoing project supported by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management.
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