Debaun Auditorium, Edwin A. Stevens Hall, Stevens Institute of Technology
Join the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) at a Rebuild by Design Hudson River: Resist, Delay, Store, Discharge Project Public Meeting. The Project is a comprehensive urban water strategy whose overall purpose is to reduce flood hazard risks, flood-related public health risks, and which seeks to leverage resiliency investment to enhance the urban condition. The meeting will include the recommendation of the project’s Preferred Alternative. Come learn about the project and share your input on the project’s progress to date and the recommendation of the preferred alternative.
The public meeting facility is handicapped accessible to the mobility-impaired. For language or other special needs assistance, please call (917) 933-7439 by September 1. Learn more>>
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Resilience by Design University will debut its west coast edition on October 7 and 8 in San Francisco and Oakland. Resilience practitioners and students will come together for two days to learn more about resilience in theory and practice, including panels on the History, Aesthetics, and Sociology of resilience, hosted and moderated by leaders in this field.
On the second day, we will workshop real case studies from selected cities of 100 Resilient Cities. This event will be co-hosted by NYU’s Institute for Public knowledge, PennDesign, and San Jose State University. Please join us! If you are a practitioner or professor who plans to be in the Bay Area this October and would like to participate, please get in touch and let us know what you’re up to. Learn more>>
Austin Convention Center 6A
Join us at South by Southwest Eco in Austin as we take our joint exhibit with 100 Resilient Cities, Catalyzing an Urban Resilience Movement, on the road. Learn more>>
Join us in Quito, Ecuador as we bring the joint exhibit with 100 Resilient Cities, Catalyzing an Urban Resilience Movement, to the international community. Learn more>>
Malverne Village Hall
Please join the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery on Monday, August 22, for the second Citizen’s Advisory Committee (CAC) meeting for Long Island’s
Rebuild by Design project: Living with the Bay. In addition to receiving project updates, a highlight of the meeting with be the announcement of the entities that have been selected to move forward with the social resilience dimension of the project. This will include educational components, job training and continuing education opportunities that tie to the project.
CAC members will also hear about other Federal disaster recovery projects that are taking place within the watershed. The team will guide attendees through an interactive exercise which will advance the project’s outreach and citizen engagement strategies. Learn more >>
Port Authority Conference Room
This meeting will focus on the waterfront from the Brooklyn Bridge to the North end of Battery Park City.
The Lower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency (LMCR) project is underway. Starting this month, the City of New York is hosting the first of a series of public meetings to help shape the project’s priorities. Join us at the following public meetings to learn more about this important project to reduce coastal flood risk from Two Bridges to Battery Park City.
LMCR aims to reduce flood risk due to coastal storms and sea level rise from Manhattan’s Two Bridges neighborhood to Battery Park City. It intends to build the physical, social, and economic resiliency of the area by integrating flood protection into the community fabric through strengthening the City’s coastline while improving access to the waterfront and enhancing public spaces.