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WEBINAR: ECONOMICS APPLICATION TRAINING FOR COASTAL RESILIENCE VENTURA
November 17, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A WEBINAR ON NOVEMBER 17TH FROM 12:00 -1:00PM
The Nature Conservancy is releasing a new application on its CoastalResilience.org webtool which will assist decision makers in Ventura County in their climate adaptation planning. The tool examines the economic costs and benefits of coastal climate adaptation approaches throughout the County. The application is currently being developed for Monterey County, with anticipated release in early 2017.
Please join this training session to learn how to use the new application and to provide feedback to the developers at The Nature Conservancy and the University of California, Santa Cruz Center for Integrated Spatial Research (CISR).
Join Skype Meeting; Join by Phone: +1 (866) 385-9623; Conference ID: 6909850445
Dr. Gretchen Greene, Senior Manager, Ramboll Environ
Dr. Greene is a senior manager with Ramboll Environ, with over 15 years of experience and a focus in community and natural resource economics. She collaborated with The Nature Conservancy to consider the costs and benefits of various climate adaptation approaches across the Ventura County coastline, the results of which are now highlighted in this new app.
Lily Verdone, Coastal Project Director, The Nature Conservancy
Lily Verdone develops and implements locally successful, broadly applicable conservation strategies that benefit both people and nature. She directs Coastal Resilience Ventura, a multi-objective planning framework for sea level rise and coastal hazards that advances nature-based solutions to climate change through science, decision-support tools, and public policy.
Barry Nickel, Director of the Center for Integrated Spatial Research, University of California, Santa Cruz
Barry is the director of CISR at UCSC and works closely with The Nature Conservancy’s Coastal Resilience (CR) project. He and his team serve as principal developers of the Ventura Economics web application and also play a leading role in Coastal Resilience’s enterprise GIS data management, web service architecture/infrastructure, and geospatial tool development across the CR network.