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May 24, 2018, 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Droughts, Fires, Flood: Building resilience for extremes
Join us for a panel discussion about the drivers and impacts of a changing climate in southern California and hear from planners, architects,and landscape architects about adaptive management strategies to build resilience into urban watersheds in the Inland Empire.
5:00-6:00: Appetizers, Garden Tours
Changing Climate & New Extremes for Southern California: Dr. Neil Berg: Associate Director for UCLA Center for Climate Change: Introduction to Changing Climate in SoCal & Call for Urban Resilience Adaptations
DROUGHT: Erik Peterson: Architect & Principal for CEDG: Case studies of integrated strategies for drought resilience in built & natural environments
FIRE: Unit Chief Glenn Barley: CALFire: Wildfire Strategies & Case Studies for Wildland/Urban Interface Areas