Creating Connections: Resilience and Equity in Transportation
November 20 @ 10:00 am - 1:15 pm
Transportation infrastructure is some of the most expensive to build and maintain, especially in the face of the climate crisis. Everything from public transportation to roads and bridges to the port are deeply impacted by sea level rise, extreme storms and even sweltering heat. Join the Climate Adaptation Forum as we explore initiatives around the country to improve transportation resilience and the resilience of the communities that rely on this infrastructure to get around. We will hear from experts at multiple levels of government who are thinking creatively about how to protect our infrastructure and how to make it responsive to changing needs.
Registration closes at 11:00 a.m. EDT/UTC -4.00 on November 20, 2020. After November 19, 2020 refunds will not be available.
Looking for an opportunity to meet others energized by Climate Adaptation? The Forum is hosting Climate Cocktails on Wednesday, December 2 at 4PM! Get to know and connect with like-minded people over a drink or two and stir up some climate action! More information and registration here.
Nasser Brahim, Senior Climate Resiliency Specialist
Woods Hole Group
Julie Eaton Ernst, Lead Resiliency Engineer
Weston & Sampson
Rebecca Herst, Director, Sustainable Solutions Lab
University of Massachusetts Boston
Lauren Miller, Discipline Leader – Climate Resilience
Allison Brooks, Executive Director
Bay Area Regional Collaborative
Stephanie Gidigbi, Director of Policy & Partnerships
Healthy People & Thriving Communities Program
Hannah Lyons-Galante, Climate Change Resiliency Specialist
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)
Heidy Persaud, Director of Transportation Equity
Susanne Rasmussen, Director of Environmental and Transportation Planning
City of Cambridge, MA
Porie Saikia-Eapen, FAIA FCIOB RIBA, Director, Environmental, Sustainability & Compliance
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. EDT/UTC -4.00
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EBC Member: $10
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This rate is available for those employed by Government, Municipal, or Nonprofit organizations. Not available to those in a volunteer position (e.g. Board Member of a Nonprofit).
- University of Massachusetts – If you are affiliated with the University of Massachusetts, please send an email to SSL@umb.edu, for registration information.
- All others affiliated with universities or colleges – please use the above Nonprofit rate for registration.
Job Seeker: Complimentary
This rate is available to those currently unemployed, not self-employed.
Please use the above registration link to provide your contact information and professional affiliation.
Fine Print: Cancellation refunds will be available through November 19, 2020. After November 19, 2020 refunds will not be available. Registration closes at 11:00 a.m. on November 20, 2020.