You Can't Save Every Lighthouse. Building Consensus through Local Climate Adaptation Planning
Welcome back to the America Adapts newsletter, our community for those involved in the climate adaptation space (and those curious to learn more!).
In episode 170, Lisa Craig of The Craig Group joins the podcast to discuss how her company supports local governments, community groups...
Climate Week 2021 Shines a Light on the Climate Crisis
Every September since 2009, Climate Week coincides with the UN General Assembly in New York City. Action is required to halt and attempt to reverse the rapid and catastrophic deterioration of the world's climate. The planet is in crisis and this year The Explorers Club is spotlighting experts in the field to bring awareness to how we can create the change we need to improve the future of the planet...
The Seven Ingredients of Blended Public Consultation
There are no two ways about it—COVID-19 and our lived experience of lockdown created a rapid switch to online public consultation. Some people, perhaps a source of pent-up demand, were ready for this and jumped in with two feet. Learn more about planning and policy here.
How Museums Are Leading the Way in Natural Disaster Preparation & Management
Perhaps this makes it unsurprising that museums and galleries are way ahead of the pack when it comes to establishing weather-resistant institutions. Here are some of the ways they are future-proofing themselves against the impacts of climate change and the disaster management techniques that are being employed.
The Preservation Priorities Task Force (PPTF)
The PPTF is a partnership project of the National Preservation Partners Network and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Comprised of volunteers from around the country, the PPTF is working to develop tools and strategies that state and local preservation organizations can use in their own communities to address...
New Issue Briefs on Key Preservation Issues from the Preservation Priorities Task Force
The Issue Briefs were developed through the Preservation Priorities Task Force—a partnership between the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the National Preservation Partners Network. Formed in 2020, this two-year project is designed to support statewide and local...
As Seawater Rises, Coastal Cities Need to Visualize Their Future
As sea levels rise, Charleston, South Carolina’s coastal regions flood regularly, even from events as simple as high tides. Citizens and business owners are raising questions about how the city will respond to surging water that places them in harm’s way – and the role that climate change is playing.
Understanding Climate Change (PastForward Online 2021)
Are you eager to tackle climate issues but not sure where to start? This workshop provides clarity of definitions and terminology, describes climate concepts and outlines various strategies to address the impacts of climate on heritage.