Webinar: And the survey says
A review of municipal climate research
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Local governments provide their time and expertise to many research initiatives. They become valuable partners-contributing a wealth of data, providing insights on prevailing field conditions, articulating needs, and suggesting additional lines of inquiry. In addition, they serve as key players in piloting new projects and approaches, from the adoption of policy to the building of innovative infrastructure.
This webinar showcases the latest research findings from municipal participation in climate-change research. The presentations provide a context for municipal perspectives and realities related to energy planning and climate-change adaptation and mitigation.
PCP receives financial support from FCM's Green Municipal Fund. Municipalities can access the GMF for grants and loans to support completion of PCP milestones.
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- Ariela Summit, Masters Graduate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of California — Los Angeles
- Nick Weigeldt, Project Assistant, ICLEI — Local Goverments for Sustainability
- Dale Littlejohn, Executive Director, Community Energy Association
- JoAnn Carmin, Associate Professor, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Moving through the milestones: Engaging less active members of the PCP Program
- Does regionally-specific climate data improve municipal adaptation planning?
- Community Energy & Emissions Plan: Comparative Research Project
- Trends in Urban Climate Adaptation: Results from a Global Survey