Out of Harm’s Way Together
November 10, 2020
Over 60 members of the NH Coastal Adaptation Workgroup (CAW) and ME Climate Change Adaptation Providers (CCAP) Network came together virtually for the 8th annual climate networks meeting.
- Recognize environmental, social, economic tradeoffs and influences inherent in governance structures and systems when making land use and adaptation (including managed retreat) decisions.
- Increase our knowledge of potential thresholds and tools that can help address tradeoffs and work through adaptation decisions.
- Increase our capabilities to design and facilitate processes that help communities address land use and planned relocation decisions more equitably.
- Increase our motivation to work with partners and communities to implement more equitable processes for land use and planned relocation decisions.
Slides & Recordings:
- Google Drive folder from Bridie McGreavy with resources re: Voice
- Adaptation Clearinghouse – Adaptation Equity Portal
- Alliances for Equity: Resilient Nation Partnership Network
- Climigration Network
- Georgetown Climate Center Toolkits (managed retreat, equitable adaptation)
- Maine Shellfish Learning Network
Links shared in chat:
- Collaborative Learning Resilience Dialogues
- Lo-TEK Design by Radical Indigenism by Julia Watson
- First Street Foundation Flood Model
- Linda Shi. Promise and paradox of metropolitan regional climate adaptation. Environmental Science and Policy 92, 262-274 (2019).
- Fleeing to Maine from Climate Disasters, by Marina Schauffler, October 11, 2020, The Maine Monitor
- Maine Shellfish Restoration and Resilience Fund (proposals due 1/19/21)
- King Tide NH 2020 Contest