Drawn from Ann Goodman’s and Nilda Mesa’s new book, “Collaborating for Climate Resilience” (Routledge, 2021), this webinar is designed to spark participants’ thinking—and, eventually, doing–on how to deal with one of the most challenging issues of climate adaptation: collaborating better with partners from disparate fields and walks of life—from cities, states, business, academia, community-based organizations, the military and more—to create real-life solutions to climate change.
Join SSF and Routledge in a 90-minute webinar featuring chapter leads from Collaborating for Resilience. The panel includes cross-sectoral representatives from community groups promoting equity and diversity, private sector executives, city/state policymakers, and the military. All have gained an appreciation of how greater cooperation—and how to make it happen—can lead to climate solutions through structures that go beyond top-down government policy efforts to forge new strategies for climate survival.
Ann Goodman, Author and Affiliate Faculty, City University of New York’s Advanced Science Research Center, Environmental Sciences Initiative
Nilda Mesa, Adjunct Director of the Urban Sustainability and Equity Planning Program of the Center for Sustainable Urban Development in the Earth Institute at Columbia University
Kimberly Hill Knott, President, Future Insight Consulting, and formerly Director, Detroiters for Environmental Justice
Louis Ferretti, Project Director, IBM, Risk/Compliance programs across supplier networks
Colonel Mark R. Read, Head of the Department of Geography and Engineering, West Point.