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Fri, Jan 19

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Climate Hub Webinar: Building community resilience to climate change

Craig DeLong starts our 2024 webinar series with a presentation focused on adaptation and mitigation strategies for smaller communities – a path forward for building community resilience to climate change.

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Climate Hub Webinar: Building community resilience to climate change
Climate Hub Webinar: Building community resilience to climate change

Time & Location

Jan 19, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Zoom -- registration required

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About the event

Watch recording here: https://youtu.be/73aMbyuCPGs?si=fLaomrPA_KmlXEnR

We're excited to have Craig DeLong start our 2024 webinar series. 

Craig's presentation will be focused on adaptation and mitigation strategies for smaller communities: how we can better protect our communities from the increasing threat of wildfire; suggestions for how individuals and communities can decrease greenhouse gas emissions; our way forward, through coordination, cooperation, and innovation within geographic regions like the West Kootenays.

There will be plenty of time for Q&A and dialogue.

Craig is a Senior Ecologist at Ecora Resource Group Ltd., the Lead for Rossland Refactory, and one of the Climate Hub's co-founders. He is currently working on a site level drought stress prediction model and managing a non-profit plastics recycling facility in Rossland called the Rossland Refactory. He has 40 years of research experience in ecological land classification (BEC), vegetation competition, natural disturbance-based management, mixedwood ecology, deadwood dynamics, old growth assessment, and climate change related drought stress.

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