Adapting Cities To Climate Change In A Post-Sandy World
Thursday, Jan 24, 2013
The impacts of Hurricane Sandy on New York City and surrounding areas has many urban planners and officials thinking about adapting cities to the effects of climate change in much more urgent and radical terms. What does the science tell us with confidence that cities should be doing to prepare for these effects — particularly if they are much more intense than previously assumed? And what role can natural habitats play in helping cities prepare?
Sponsors: New York Academy of Sciences & The Nature Conservancy
Moderator: Andy Revkin — The New York Times
Simon Hales — MBBChir, University of Otago
Rob McDonald, PhD — The Nature Conservancy
Nicole Maher, PhD — The Nature Conservancy
James S. Russell — Bloomberg News, author 'The Agile City'
William D. Solecki, PhD — Hunter College
Date: Thursday, January 24th 6:30-8:00 pm with reception to follow
New York Academy of Sciences
7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, 40th Floor