Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 1 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. CDT
Cost: Included in Registration
Activity Type: Educational Sessions
Activity ID: NPC188148
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- Identify the methods used in coastal Louisiana to integrate an understanding of future flood-risk and landscape change into current-day decision-making processes.
- Translate key coastal-resilience initiatives to other planning and community contexts.
- Compare the state, county (parish), municipal, and community initiatives needed to develop a holistic approach to reduce future risk and increase community resilience.
MORE SESSION DETAILS
Resilience planning offers methods to better anticipate, respond to, and recover from disasters. Coastal Louisiana boasts a dynamic environment where various planning approaches must be developed at many scales across governmental and non-governmental sectors. Louisiana is a leader in the nation for restoring natural ecosystems, bolstering flood-protection infrastructure, and preparing communities for an uncertain future based on state-of-the-art coastal and climate-change science. This multifaceted work is shared across a range of agencies and organizations, from state government to local planners, public/private partnerships, community advocates, and concerned citizens. This panel discussion brings a diverse range of practitioners together to discuss the particular methods being developed in Louisiana to chart a more resilient trajectory in the face of a changing coastal environment.
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Governor’s Office of Coastal Activities
Baton Rouge, LA
Coastal Protection & Restoration Authority
Baton Rouge, LA
Mathew D. Sanders, AICP
State of Louisiana Office of Community Development
New Orleans, LA
Christopher M. Pulaski
Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government