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Opportunities for Equitable Adaptation in Cities: A Workshop Summary Report

This summary report describes the conversations and discussions of participants during a two-day workshop help in April 2016 focusing on city-level actions that would support social justice goals and better prepare communities for the effects of climate change. The workshop convened nearly 50 thought leaders on equity and climate adaptation, including city officials, representatives of environmental justice and social justice organizations, state and federal partners, and funders who support this work. 

Resource Details

Author(s): Melissa Deas, Jessica Grannis, James DeWeese, Sara Hoverter
Organization: Georgetown Climate Center, Urban Sustainability Directors Network
Date: 11/7/2022
Resource Type: Publication
Topic: Climate Adaptation & Resilience, Economic Justice

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