MVP Service Provider Training
- June 25th, 146 Dascomb Rd., Andover, sponsored by The Engineering Corp. Workshop for certification to provide technical assistance to communities in completing the vulnerability assessment and Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness report using the Community Resilience Building Framework
(CRB). RSVP to Meg Colclough at firstname.lastname@example.org
by June 18 and include your job title, organization/municipality, and email address. Registration will be capped at 50 people.
- The FY 2020 Request for Responses (RFR)
for the MA CZM Coastal Resilience Grant Program is open until June 3. $3 million in funding is available with up to $750,000 per project.
- ASAP Boston Hub Event
, June 19, 6 PM. Join the American Society of Adaptation Professionals for a visit to the City of Cambridge's new climate change art exhibit Untold Possibilities at the Last Minute
, in the Cambridge City Hall Annex at 344 Broadway
, then around 7 PM head to Lamplighter Brewing
. RSVP to Greg Hanafin at email@example.com
- The Sustainable Solutions Lab and Environmental Business Council are hosting their next Climate Adaptation Forum, titled "Disruptive Climate, Disruptive Technologies" on Friday, June 7 at the UMass Club, Boston. Details are available here
The Conway Institute, partnering with the Collaborative for Educational Services
, is sponsoring a workshop for teachers grades 4-12 titled "Climate Change in the Classroom" on June 28 & 29 at the Conway School of Sustainable Planning and Design
, Northampton. Includes hands-on, authentic, and actionable exercises that teachers can take back to their home school. 15 professional development credits offered. No science background required. One competitive scholarship offered to a Title 1 school teacher. For more information or to register by June 17, see here
or contact CJ Lammers at Institute@CSLD.edu.
- Program Associate, EDF Climate Corps,
Environmental Defense Fund, Boston (posted May 7)
- Assistant Director of the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management
, Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Boston (posted May 6). Responsibilities include promotion of sound adaptation measures to increase coastal resilience.