The Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the Coastal Environment (SAGE) Program invites you to a Webinar on November 7, 2017
Perspectives on Coastal Sustainability Adaptation in Urban Environments Response
Tuesday, November 7, 2017, 12:00-1:00pm EST
To connect, go to: https://nucoe.webex.com
Event number: 666969225
This webinar will present perspectives on planning and implementing sustainable coastal adaptation solutions, particularly in small to medium-sized cities. Perspectives on process and alternatives will be presented for a distinct small urban environment (Portland, Maine) to illustrate the kinds of planning processes and measures being carried out at the local level on the East Coast of the U.S. This presentation will then be followed by a national view of sustainable coastal adaptation from the perspective of the National League of Cities, including training, outreach, and policy implications facing coastal areas in the U.S. The webinar will include feedback from all panelists on one another’s perspectives and experiences, as well as a question and answer portion for audience interaction.
Cooper Martin is the Program Director for the Sustainable Cities Institute at the National League of Cities. SCI provides convening opportunities, direct technical assistance and leadership training to help cities thrive while preserving clean air, clean water, and clean land. Cooper’s areas of expertise include climate resilience, community development, transportation policy, environmental economics, and emergency management. He has over ten years of experience in technical assistance, research, and advocacy working at all levels of government.
Troy Moon has worked on environmental issues for the City of Portland since 1997. He started his career developing and implementing solid waste management programs including the City’s successful “pay as you throw” waste collection program and curbside recycling. Throughout his tenure with the City, Troy has overseen the completion of Portland’s greenhouse gas inventories in 2001 and 2007 and chaired the committee tasked with drafting the city’s Climate Action Plan in 2008. He became the City’s Sustainability Coordinator in April, 2016 and has focused on community resilience and energy efficiency.
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