San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This workshop is full.
Workshop description: This course led by the National Oceanographic and
Atmospheric Administration Coastal Service Center training staff will introduce
participants to the fundamental green infrastructure concepts that play a critical role in
making communities more resilient to natural hazards. Through lectures featuring
examples from Maine, group discussions and exercises — participants will learn what
they can do to support green infrastructure network design for resiliency from natural
Green Infrastructure is a network of natural areas that benefits nature and people. The
green infrastructure approach to planning helps communities balance environmental and
Who should attend: planners, public works officials, conservation commission and
planning board members, harbor committees land trust members and others interested
in decision-making related to increasing coastal resilience.