Joyce Coffee Previews Resilience Financing Master Class – February 27th Webinar

Aired on February 27,2019

SSF offered Master Classes in Sustainability taught by the leading practitioners from our webinars. These 2 hour online events teach you a set of actionable skills in important sustainability disciplines, such as financing resilience, using big data to answer sustainability questions, effective science communication techniques, energy project finance tools, and others.

What You Need to Know About Financing Resilience Tailored for consultants, educators and government officials. Joyce Coffee, LEED AP, is founder and President of Climate Resilience Consulting, a Certified B Corp.

Joyce has over 25 years of domestic and international experience
implementing resilience and sustainability strategies, management
systems, performance measurement, partnerships, benchmarking and
reporting. She is the author of the Climate Adaptation Exchange Blog and Money for Resilient Infrastructure: How to Finance America’s Climate Changed Future. @joycecoffee. More about Joyce ….

Students Learn:

Click here to watch a 3 min clip. The financial market mechanisms that can increase funding and finance for resilience projects – like credit
ratings, liability, risk guidelines and the availability of big data.

The key elements to increasing bankability of resilience projects, including
through taxes and fees. How different bond types work to fund resilience, including General Obligation bonds, green bonds, and insurance-linked

The Master Class includes US examples of successful American resilience projects that have earned funding and/or finance and are being

I invite you to watch the webinar to gain insights into resilience
financing and help us determine how best to bring SSF Master Classes online. Thank you in advance to those who attend the webinar.

Joyce Coffee, LEED AP, is the Founder and President of Climate Resilience Consulting, a social enterprise that works with clients to create practical strategies that enhance markets and communities through adaptation to climate change.