When:
Thursday, Apr 22, 2021 7:00p -
8:00p

Where:
WBUR CitySpace Virtual Event
890 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02120

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Virtual & Streaming

Event website:
https://wbur.fm/3e1px8a

Sea-level rise due to climate change is inevitable. How we protect ourselves, especially in coastal cities, depends largely on how urgently we respond. In celebration of a hopeful tomorrow, this Earth Day event from WBUR brings together policy experts, planners and thought leaders from across the country for a collaborative conversation about the future of coastal city life in America.

Barbara Moran, senior producing editor, environment, moderates with representatives from Boston, San Francisco, and New Orleans to discuss each city’s climate action plan for sea-level rise.

Panelists:
Angela Chalk - executive director, Healthy Community Services
Rachel Cleetus - policy director, Union of Concerned Scientists
Kristina Hill - associate professor of landscape architecture and environmental planning and urban design, UC Berkeley

This event is made possible with support from The Trustees One Waterfront Initiative and New England Aquarium, working to build a downtown waterfront for all.

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