Climate Adaptation: From Policies to Action 

Please join host Puget Sound Regional Council and cosponsors APA Washington and the Washington State Department of Commerce for a peer networking series focused on best practices and resources for local planning and implementation. The series is in coordination with the PSRC Comprehensive Plan Review Program and implementation of the Growing Transit Communities Strategy. The sessions will take place on the third Thursday of the month, from 12:00-1:30PM at PSRC and are open to the public. There is 1 AICP credit per session pending. For more information, including updates on session descriptions and speakers, visit We hope you can join use for our next session on March 16.

Topic:Climate Adaptation: From Policies to Action

Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

Description: Climate change has the potential to dramatically affect our environment, communities and economy. Central Puget Sound cities and counties are preparing for these impacts in a variety of ways, with many just getting started. Please join us for a discussion on how communities are preparing for a changing climate, from developing policies and a climate impact assessment to implementing actions. This session will include presentations from several climate experts and planners, along with a panel discussion.

Speakers: Erika Harris and Kelly McGourty, Puget Sound Regional Council; Lara Whitely Binder, Climate Impacts Group; Stacey Justus Nordgren, Foresight Partners; Jennifer Sutton, City of Bainbridge Island; Tracy Morgenstern, City of Seattle

Attend in person: PSRC, 1011 Western Avenue, Suite 500, Seattle, WA 98104

Or attend via webinar: At, click “Join Meeting” and enter meeting ID 230773980. If your computer has a microphone, you may participate in the webinar through your computer. If no microphone, you may call in at +1 888 240 2560, and enter Meeting ID. AICP CM unavailable by webinar.

Please visit for information on monthly topics and webinar links. Contact [email protected] for more information. 

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