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Equitable Adaptation and Climate Resilience

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All communities are vulnerable to climate change impacts, and some have increased vulnerabilities due to limited access to resources and opportunities. Looking at climate resilience through the lens of equity can help address these disproportionate impacts and dismantle barriers to preparedness and response. This will help ensure all communities employ policies and processes that make sense for them and where all can participate and thrive. As such, the Tulane University School of Social Work has invited a variety of leaders to speak about their approaches to "Equitable Adaptation and Climate Resilience" at the January Elk Place Health Spot. Join us for this virtual panel discussion on Thursday, January 27, 2022 from noon to 1:30 pm CT. Registration below is required.

Register here.

TSSW shares information and resources with the community as an extension of our Elk Place Health Spot, and since the pandemic, we’ve been doing this virtually. These webinars are free and open to anyone that wants to learn, and we hope the information our panelists provide informs and inspires attendees toward action.

Featured Panelists:

  • Reggie Ferreira – Director of DRLA
  • Corey Eide – Senior Fellow with DRLA, Director, Community Resilience of BDO USA, LLP
  • Monica Sanders – Senior Fellow with DRLA, Managing Director, Georgetown Environmental Justice Program
  • Alessandra Jerolleman – Senior Fellow with DRLA, Associate Professor in Jacksonville State University’s Emergency Management Department
  • Mark Rogers – Fellow with DRLA, Associate Designer of Capability Research, Design, and Development for Team Rubicon
  • Feroz Khan – DRLA Graduate, Class of 2021

This event is co-presented by the Elk Place Health Spot and Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy.

Tulane University School of Social Work

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7697479