Global climate change is affecting our environment. As a result, we’ve seen increased temperatures, more intense and frequent precipitation events, and rising sea levels. The effects of climate change, in combination with our aging infrastructure, is a cause of great concern to State and local officials. In the past, we’ve relied on large centralized systems to solve our problems. However, due to the uncertainty of climate change, we must look to the future. Embracing a combination of resiliency-based solutions with agile and flexible infrastructure design may achieve the solutions we are seeking.
Resiliency in Action is the focus of this conference. This conference will discuss effective and sustainable strategies being used to plan, design, and implement resiliency projects in areas susceptible to our changing climate. In addition, the conference will explore existing funding programs throughout the New England region, as well as future financial opportunities to bring resiliency-based projects to fruition.
Municipalities, utilities, watershed associations, State agencies, and others that are responsible for transportation, water, sewer, stormwater, and other infrastructure will gain valuable insight from topics presented at this conference. Learn what communities are doing to enhance resiliency of our critical municipal infrastructure, resiliency-based financing options, and how others have identified practical solutions to these often complex problems.
Join us for all three or just one session on November 20th, December 4th or December 11th.