Adapting to the impacts of climate change is a daunting task but many local cities and towns are facing this challenge head on. Having the best possible information on the impacts of climate change locally can help guide effective local investment and appropriate regulatory changes. Fifteen communities that are part of the Charles River Climate Compact (CRCC)
have teamed up to develop a Charles River watershed flood model. Join us Thursday, January 28 at 7:00 pm to hear about the development of this important planning tool and how you can be involved. Speakers will be Julie Dyer Wood (CRWA), Indrani Ghosh, PhD (Weston & Sampson), Marianne Iarossi, (Town of Natick), and Ethan McDonough (C.R.E.W.)
This webinar is part of CRWA’s Virtual Events Series, a new venture in their 50+ years of river restoration. They hace had a long history of adaptation, resilience, and innovation—and are excited to connect with you in this new way, bringing events that you can enjoy right from home. This event is co-hosted by Communities Responding to Extreme Weather. To register for this free webinar, sign up with Zoom.