Resilient by Design: Bay Area Challenge Insight Part II

Monday, May 15
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
East Bay Municipal Utility District
375 11th Street
Training Resource Ctr, 2nd Floor
Oakland, CA 94607
or by Webinar

Due to overwhelming demand for the first information session, an additional meeting and webinar to learn more about Resilient by Design: Bay Area Challenge has been scheduled for May 15th. The briefing will include an overview, the scope of the challenge, and announcement of important dates. For those who were unable to register for the first one registration here>>

If you’ve already RSVP’d for the May 11th Sneak Peek Webinar but would rather attend the May 15th date, please let them know so more space can be opened up on the webinar by emailing Rachele Trigueros at rtrigueros@bayareacouncil.org.


Resilient by Design: Bay Area Challenge is a collaborative research and design project based on the successful model of the Rebuild by Design Hurricane Sandy Competition that will bring together local residents, public officials and local, national and international experts to develop innovative solutions to the issues brought on by climate change that our region faces today. 

In a yearlong challenge, teams of engineers, architects, designers and other experts will work alongside community members to identify critical areas throughout the Bay Area and propose exciting, new, community-based solutions that will strengthen our region’s resilience to sea level rise, severe storms, flooding and earthquakes.

The result will be 10 new implementable projects that offer an imaginative approach to resilience by not just taking on protecting our shoreline, but by seizing the critical need to address climate change as an opportunity to bring about a stronger, safer Bay for everyone to enjoy.

Visit www.resilientbayarea.org for more information. 

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