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* Coordinated Comments DueCoordinated Comments Due

Posted by: NHMA admin

NHMA is calling for coordinated comments to FEMA on the updates to the State and Local mitigation planning guides. If you are interested in providing feedback, please send comments to adm4NHMA@outlook.com by Monday, August 10th, 2020.

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* Weathering Change SeriesWeathering Change Series

Time: 12:00 pm
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WEATHERING CHANGE: Local Solutions for Strong Communities 2020-21 Webinar Series *** Opportunities and Challenges for Addressing Flooding and Stormwater Management: Lessons and Tools from the Great Lakes *** Thursday, August 13, 2020 - 12:00 - 1:15 PM ET *** Join Antioch University New England, NOAA, and the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit for an exploration of some of the opportunities and challenges for addressing flooding and stormwater management in communities surrounding the Great Lakes. Brandon Krumwiede (NOAA OCM) will present NOAA’s Lake Level Viewer, which combines near-shore bathymetry and real-time observations of water levels throughout the Great Lakes. Adam Bechle (Wisconsin Sea Grant) will describe vulnerability of Wisconsin coastal communities to variability of Lake Michigan water elevation. Joe Chapman (AECOM) will describe watershed modeling studies in two basins that are tributary to Toledo, Ohio and Duluth, Minnesota, shedding light on heavy precipitation and flood potential there.

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* Planning Policy Updates DUEPlanning Policy Updates DUE

Posted by: NHMA admin

FEMA Planning Policy Updates Due (8/14/20) *** This year, FEMA is updating both the State and Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Review Guides. Plan Review Guides are FEMA’s official interpretation of Title 44 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Section 201.4-7, which outlines requirements for State and Local hazard mitigation plans. Both policies are available to read on FEMA’s website - FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE (or click HERE): http://nhma.info/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Upcoming-State-and-Local-Mitigation-Planning-Policy-Updates.pdf

* RNPN Roundup Call for ContentRNPN Roundup Call for Content

Time: 10:00 am
Posted by: NHMA admin

The Resilient Nation Partnership Network is currently accepting content for their monthly partner outreach newsletter, "The Resilient Nation Roundup." The newsletter is designed to provide an opportunity for partners and FEMA to highlight recent initiatives, news, updates, and events centered on resilience. *** If you or your organization would like to submit content, please email FEMA-ResilientNation@fema.dhs.gov by 10 a.m. ET on Friday, August 14.

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* FEMA Dam Failure Loss WorkshopFEMA Dam Failure Loss Workshop

Posted by: NHMA admin

FEMA’s National Dam Safety Program to Host 2020 Dam Failure Life Loss Consequence Workshop *** August 19-20 in Washington, DC *** The workshop has been developed to provide dam owners, emergency managers, regulators and other relevant stakeholders with a forum to discuss the needs of the industry in better estimating potential life loss consequence from dam failure. *** The workshop will highlight the importance of defining dam failure scenarios and assessing life loss consequences through the presentation of tools and case studies. The full range of social, institutional, and environmental consequences will be addressed during the workshop, including a focus on direct and indirect economic consequences and loss of life estimation. *** To register, visit: http://nhma.info/fema-2020-dam-failure-life-loss-consequence-workshop-august-19-20-2020-in-washington-dc/

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* FEMA Dam Failure Loss WorkshopFEMA Dam Failure Loss Workshop

Posted by: NHMA admin

FEMA’s National Dam Safety Program to Host 2020 Dam Failure Life Loss Consequence Workshop *** August 19-20 in Washington, DC *** The workshop has been developed to provide dam owners, emergency managers, regulators and other relevant stakeholders with a forum to discuss the needs of the industry in better estimating potential life loss consequence from dam failure. *** The workshop will highlight the importance of defining dam failure scenarios and assessing life loss consequences through the presentation of tools and case studies. The full range of social, institutional, and environmental consequences will be addressed during the workshop, including a focus on direct and indirect economic consequences and loss of life estimation. *** To register, visit: http://nhma.info/fema-2020-dam-failure-life-loss-consequence-workshop-august-19-20-2020-in-washington-dc/

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* 2020 Preparedness Summit2020 Preparedness Summit

Posted by: NHMA admin

The Preparedness Summit, to be held virtually August 25-27, presents an opportunity for us all, in the community, to collectively take a breath from the chaos of COVID-19, and uplift the important work being done to meet the challenges of today and prepare for tomorrow. *** As COVID-19 continues to affect all of us working in public health, healthcare and emergency management, it's more important than ever to have an opportunity to explore this year's conference theme, Fixing Our Fault Lines: Addressing Systemic Vulnerabilities. Through more than 100 sessions – including workshops, plenaries, and town halls – the 2020 Preparedness Summit will provide a much-needed opportunity to share your experiences, learn from others, and mobilize our fields to prepare for, respond to, and recover from the waves of the COVID-19 pandemic and the many other threats to public health and health security. Plus, the mix of live and on-demand content, which will remain available for viewing for one year beyond the conference, offers you a flexible and enduring learning experience.

* Registration DeadlineRegistration Deadline

Posted by: NHMA admin

WEATHERING CHANGE: Local Solutions for Strong Communities 2020-21 Webinar Series *** 4-Week Online Course: Climate Change: The Science, Uncertainty, and Risk *** August 30 to September 26, 2020 ***

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* 2020 Preparedness Summit2020 Preparedness Summit

Posted by: NHMA admin

The Preparedness Summit, to be held virtually August 25-27, presents an opportunity for us all, in the community, to collectively take a breath from the chaos of COVID-19, and uplift the important work being done to meet the challenges of today and prepare for tomorrow. *** As COVID-19 continues to affect all of us working in public health, healthcare and emergency management, it's more important than ever to have an opportunity to explore this year's conference theme, Fixing Our Fault Lines: Addressing Systemic Vulnerabilities. Through more than 100 sessions – including workshops, plenaries, and town halls – the 2020 Preparedness Summit will provide a much-needed opportunity to share your experiences, learn from others, and mobilize our fields to prepare for, respond to, and recover from the waves of the COVID-19 pandemic and the many other threats to public health and health security. Plus, the mix of live and on-demand content, which will remain available for viewing for one year beyond the conference, offers you a flexible and enduring learning experience.

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* 2020 Preparedness Summit2020 Preparedness Summit

Posted by: NHMA admin

The Preparedness Summit, to be held virtually August 25-27, presents an opportunity for us all, in the community, to collectively take a breath from the chaos of COVID-19, and uplift the important work being done to meet the challenges of today and prepare for tomorrow. *** As COVID-19 continues to affect all of us working in public health, healthcare and emergency management, it's more important than ever to have an opportunity to explore this year's conference theme, Fixing Our Fault Lines: Addressing Systemic Vulnerabilities. Through more than 100 sessions – including workshops, plenaries, and town halls – the 2020 Preparedness Summit will provide a much-needed opportunity to share your experiences, learn from others, and mobilize our fields to prepare for, respond to, and recover from the waves of the COVID-19 pandemic and the many other threats to public health and health security. Plus, the mix of live and on-demand content, which will remain available for viewing for one year beyond the conference, offers you a flexible and enduring learning experience.

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* RNN Community MeetingRNN Community Meeting

Time: 3:00 pm
Posted by: NHMA admin

RNN Monthly Meeting - Time changed to 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time *** To request an Invitation contact: adm4nhma@outlook.com

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* Weathering Change 4-Wk CourseWeathering Change 4-Wk Course

Posted by: NHMA admin

WEATHERING CHANGE: Local Solutions for Strong Communities 2020-21 Webinar Series *** 4-Week Online Course: Climate Change: The Science, Uncertainty, and Risk *** August 30 to September 26, 2020 *** Registration Deadline: August 25, 2020

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* Weathering Change 4-Wk CourseWeathering Change 4-Wk Course

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WEATHERING CHANGE: Local Solutions for Strong Communities 2020-21 Webinar Series *** 4-Week Online Course: Climate Change: The Science, Uncertainty, and Risk *** August 30 to September 26, 2020 *** Registration Deadline: August 25, 2020

      
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