When: Tuesday, April 10 from 12:30 – 1:30 PM
Where: Ogilvy Washington
Host: The Union of Concerned Scientists
Topic: “When Rising Seas Hit Home: Hard Choices Ahead for Hundreds of U.S. Coastal Communities?”
Communities and nations of the 21st century face a great challenge: to protect people from the harm caused by an increasingly volatile climate. The damaging impacts of climate change will grow as the climate changes and adaptation fails to keep pace, unless societies take steps to increase their resilience through aggressive action on both climate mitigation and adaptation. This report from the Union of Concerned Scientists highlights 15 principles for decision makers to use to prioritize investments in climate change adaptation.
Bring your lunch, mingle with partners and representatives from FEMA, and join us for an hour of learning. Refreshments will be provided.
1111 19th Street NW | Floor 3
Washington, DC 20036
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