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Future Conditions and Hazard Mitigation Planning
Take a coffee break with us to learn how climate change could impact the risk assessment and mitigation strategies outlined in your Hazard Mitigation Plan.
Dat: May 18, 2022
Lè: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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The time to plan for future conditions is now. In this training, participants will learn about the four factors that FEMA includes in ‘future conditions’: climate change, population change, demographic change, and land use/development change and how to integrate them into a Hazard Mitigation Plan. This webinar will highlight examples of how future conditions can impact risk assessment and the development of effective mitigation strategies in order to respond to a changing world.
About this event
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 3 is hosting a webinar series for hazard mitigation planners and other partners interested in reducing risk in their communities. These “Coffee Breaks” are hour-long webinar sessions hosted every other month to provide mitigation best practices and highlight the work happening at federal, regional, state, and community levels to reduce risk across the region.
Coffee Break webinars are open to everyone involved in hazard mitigation, resiliency, or risk reduction planning in the public and private sectors, which includes community planners, emergency managers, floodplain managers, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technicians, government officials, contractors, and anyone else involved in the development and implementation of hazard mitigation and risk reduction strategies.
- Webinar log in/call in information will be sent out several days prior to the date of the Coffee Break.
- To sign up for future Coffee Break Webinar notifications and the Region 3 Resilience Report Newsletter, you can subscribe HERE.
- Attendees may be eligible to receive continuing education credits.
Participants who are Certified Floodplain Managers (CFM) through Association of State Floodplain Management (ASFPM), or are American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certified through the American Planning Association (APA), may be eligible to receive one (1) Continuing Education Credit.
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The Coffee Break webinar series is hosted by FEMA Region 3 Planners and partners.
If you require closed captioning assistance or would like any additional information, please contact Mari Radford, FEMA Region 3 Community Planning Lead, at Mari.Radford@fema.dhs.gov.