Delaware Resilient and Sustainable Communities Summit

Date:
Monday, November 27, 2017 -
9:00am to 4:00pm
Delaware Resilient and Sustainable Communities Summit

Lessons of the 2017 Hurricanes: Learning From the Past to Prepare Our Communities For the Future

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria inflicted devastating impacts on communities across the U.S. and its territories. The sobering headlines coming from those regions raise questions as to what storms and climate conditions Delaware should prepare for, and how best to promote thriving communities in the face of change. 

Featuring speakers and panels on:

  • Insights from the 2017 hurricanes
  • Climate projections for Delaware
  • Improving resiliency to storms and climate change at the local level
  • Community success stories

Who’s invited: Planners and officials from all levels of government, as well as community-minded organizations, non-profits, contractors, consultants, academics, and volunteers.

Lunch provided. Registration is FREE but required. For information and registration, please visit: https://DEresilientcommunitysummit.eventbrite.com

Have questions? kelly.valencik@state.de.us

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