SAME NJ Post Presents:

Pathways to Coastal Resilience Climate Change

February 21, 2018 at EcoComplex

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers, scientists, contractors, government officials, counties, federal agencies, municipalities, NGOs and general public

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
While the potential impacts of climate change along the East Coast continue to be studied, various research, assessments, and demonstration projects provide valuable information for evaluating how we can best respond to those impacts. This full-day program will highlight existing climate change adaptation planning and implementation efforts in our region. Representatives from government agencies, businesses, and NGOs working in the Northeast and MidAtlantic coastal settings will discuss their experiences adapting to sea level rise and increased storm intensity and frequency. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of how to manage uncertainty, remain flexible, and activate stakeholders to help build a resilient future.

DATE & TIME: 7:45 AM - 3:15 PM
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
LOCATION: EcoComplex
1200 Florence Columbus Road
Bordentown, NJ 08505
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SPEAKERS: NJDEP Office of Coastal & Land Use Planning
Rutgers University – Dept. of Marine & Coastal Sciences
Monmouth County – Division of Planning
American Littoral Society
NJ State Police – NJ Office of Emergency Management
Barnegat Bay Partnership
Industry experts
More to come!
REGISTRATION: Early bird rates
($20 increase after Feb. 7)

$90 Member
$110 Non-member
$50 Young member / student / gov’t / non-profit
SPONSOR: $200 – recognition on promotional materials and signage at the event. Send high resolution logo to: kcerullo@firstenvironment.com
QUESTIONS? Mike Hanlon
Sovereign Consulting
mhanlon@sovcon.com
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Event Sponsors

Sovereign Consulting

Dewberry

Amy Greene

OBrien and Gere

Tetra Tech

Normandeau Associates

Charter Contracting Company

Resource Options

Applied Ecological Services, Inc.