Preparing for a changing climate will require a level of preparedness only possible through an interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral approach, with dedicated leadership and funding to drive projects through implementation. As the scale of the challenge is large, so too must be the scale of the actions: only through watershed-level policy, action, and funding will lasting change occur.
This event will bring together decision-makers from Boston Metro region municipalities to re-imagine multi-hazards such as sea level rise, inland flooding, increasing cloudburst and extreme heat events as opportunities for collaboration across neighborhoods from upstream to the water’s edges.
Lykke Leonardsen, Head of Programme for Resilient and Sustainable City Solutions from City of Copenhagen
Carri Hulet, The Consensus Building Institute, Resilient Mystic Collaborative
The presentation will be followed by a workshop where the speakers and the participants will explore motivational examples of watershed-scale resiliency efforts. Please join us!
This event is hosted by the Boston Society of Architects Committee on Resilient Environments (CORE) in partnership with the BSA Foundation and the Boston Society of Landscape Architects (BSLA).
Special thanks to the organizing committee of this event:
Devanshi Purohit, Co-Chair, BSA CORE; Senior Associate / Senior Urban Designer, CBT Architects
Dave Hampton, Co-Chair, BSA CORE; Principal, re:ground LLC
Dalia Munenzon, Boston Resilience Associate, One Architecture & Urbanism
Trine Stausgaard Munk, Head of Resilience North America, Ramboll
Image: Dalia Munenzon, Boston Resilience Associate, One Architecture & Urbanism