Spotlight on the Environment: Tackling Climate Change in Palm Beach County
June 9 @ 6:00 pm
Spotlight on the Environment:
Tackling Climate Change in Palm Beach County
+ Katelyn Cucinatta, M.A., an analyst for Palm Beach County’s Office of Resilience with a background in coastal conservation, wildlife policy, renewable energy and environmental science.
+ Rebecca Harvey, M.S., Boynton Beach’s first Sustainability Coordinator who leads the City’s environmental sustainability and resilience efforts, including reducing carbon emissions and helping diverse residents and business owners adapt to the impacts of climate change.
+ Lindsey Roland Nieratka, M.S., Manager of Boca Raton’s Office of Sustainability and former Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Hollywood, FL.
Topic: Learn the results of a climate change vulnerability assessment recently completed by the Coastal Resilience Partnership of Southeast Palm Beach County (CRP), a group consisting of the County and seven jurisdictions along the coast. The CRP studied 12 specific climate change threats in order to provide a baseline understanding of the potential risks to the communities and to identify possible adaption strategies.
How to Connect:
Register for this Zoom webinar at:LWV Spotlight Flyer 06-09-21
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