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Adapting to a Changing Climate: The Future Vision of Greenbelt Alliance

Date:
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Time:
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Cost:
Free (donations are appreciated)
Place:
Salesforce East
350 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Greenbelt Alliance invites you to join us January 30th for a fireside chat to discuss the future of the Bay Area in a changing climate.

Our Executive Director Amanda Brown-Stevens will lead the organization into a new era to solve some of the Bay Area’s most pressing challenges, including how our region can embrace climate-smart growth, as well as local solutions for sea level rise, wildfire, drought, and flood protection. Amanda will share her vision for the next phase of Greenbelt Alliance and sit down with Laurie Johnson to chat about what climate change impacts mean for the future of the region and solutions that we can work on now to help reduce climate-related hazards. We’re excited to hear your thoughts on maximizing the organization’s impact in the years ahead and opportunities for partnership.

DETAILS

When: Thursday, January 30th at 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Where: Salesforce East, 350 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

Please Note: The deadline to register is Thursday, Jan. 23rd. An RSVP for each guest is required in advance of the event. If you are registering multiple guests, you must include each guest’s full name for entry to this event. Due to security policies at Salesforce, those who do not RSVP in advance, will not be admitted. A government issued-ID is required for entry. This invitation is non-transferrable.

More About Laurie Johnson

Laurie Johnson is an internationally-recognized urban planner specializing in disaster recovery and catastrophe risk management. For over 30 years, she has combined her unique blend of professional practice and research to help communities address the complex urban challenges posed by natural hazards and disasters. She is the President of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), and she is also affiliated faculty with New York University’s Global Institute for Public Health Program on Population Impact, Recovery and Resilience.

Questions?

We hope you can join us to share your thoughts and to meet Bay Area leaders, Greenbelt Alliance supporters, and Board members. Kindly RSVP to this event and feel free to reach out to Nora Cullinen at ncullinen@greenbelt.org or 415-543-6771, ext. 302 with questions. Can’t attend but want to help? Click here to donate to this effort.

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