Weathering the Storm: Boston's Future Climate
What will climate change mean for Boston and other coastal cities? How can we adapt to the impacts of climate change, even as we work to mitigate greenhouse gases emissions in the future? How can New England be more resilient in the face of sea level rise and stronger storms?
Join The Nature Conservancy and a panel of thought leaders on climate change as they tackle these questions and more in this important community conversation at the final event in the Future of Nature lecture series.
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Vicki Arroyo is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center at Georgetown Law where she also serves as the Assistant Dean of Centers and Institutes and as the Director of the Environmental Law Program....
Brian Swett is Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space for the City of Boston. His Cabinet is comprised of the Inspectional Services Department, the Environment Department, the Parks and Recreational Department, and Boston’s Recycling Program....
Adam Freed is the Director of The Nature Conservancy’s Securing Water strategy. In this role, Adam negotiates partnerships to create innovative funding strategies for watershed management; leads the Conservancy’s robust water funds program; and develops and implements sustainable environmental, social and economic actions to provide water for people and nature....
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