2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop Call for Abstracts

2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop Call for Abstracts. Building Whole Community Resilience: Partners, Capability, & Capacity. May 2-5, 2022.

FIMA’s Hazard Mitigation Assistance Division invites abstract submissions for the 2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop.

Date: December 7, 2021 - January 14, 2022

Time: 8:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Virtual

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Event Details

The 2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop is the annual gathering of hazard mitigation experts and partners with the purpose of informing and updating stakeholders about mitigation grants and floodplain management, strengthening those relationships, and providing knowledge transfer between FEMA and our attendees from state, local, tribal, and territorial governments, other federal agencies, and FEMA stakeholders.

The Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop Building Whole Community Resilience: Partners, Capability, & Capacity offers both Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) and Floodplain Management (FPM) tracks.

The 2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop will focus on building mitigation champions, driving community resiliency, providing technical assistance for grant programs, and supporting overall mitigation.

Abstract

FIMA’s Hazard Mitigation Assistance Division invites abstract submissions for the 2022 Hazard Mitigation Partners Workshop. 

Submission Process

  1. Send an email.
  2. Insert this text in the Subject Line: 2022 HM Partners Workshop Abstract Submission
  3. In your email, provide a title for your abstract and a paragraph of what your abstract is about.

Areas for Discussion at the Workshop

  • Future Conditions and/or Climate Change and Adaptation
  • Nature Based Solutions 
  • Equity in Hazard Mitigation Planning and Projects
  • Building Codes and Standards
  • Capacity & Capability Building

Session Types

For each session type, the allotted time is 60 minutes.

  • Session - A single speaker (or two) who speak on a specific topic together with or without a question-and-answer period. 
  • Panel Discussion - A panel discussion is typically facilitated by a skilled “panel moderator” who guides the panel and the audience through a lively conversation about a specific topic, with or without a question and answer period. 
  • Training - a short term process utilizing systematic and organized procedures for individuals to acquire technical knowledge and skills. 

    Event Contact

    For additional information or questions, email HMA.

    Event Resources

    Last updated December 8, 2021