CAN NYC LEAD WITH NATURE IN ADDRESSING OUR CLIMATE CRISIS?
THIS EVENT ALREADY OCCURED, YOU CAN WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: bit.ly/8yrGreen
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th 2020
Virtual Event at 12pm EST
Eight years have passed since Hurricane Sandy, and although NYC has invested in multiple planning efforts and policy changes, there is still a lot to do. Through a panel discussion with community leaders, ecologists, engineers and designers, this event will explore what it would look like if we focused on inviting nature back into the urban fabric as a method of adapting to climate change.
Judah Asimov, Rockaway Initiative for Sustainability and Equity
Georganna Deas, Coney Island Beautification Project
Jane Madwick, Wetlands International
Henk Nieboer, Ecoshape
Kate Orff, SCAPE; Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes, Columbia University
Moderator: Sarah Charlop- Powers, Natural Areas Conservency
*Final Panel Configuration – TBA
We hope you can join us!
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