June Green Eggs; Climate Change Adaptation
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Climate Change Adaptation; Planning, Economic, and Engineering Challenges
How is climate change affecting New Hampshire’s communities and what challenges will we face? We will discuss how we can measure the likely impacts of climate change and what planning is needed for infrastructure changes. Real world examples will be used to show possibilities of adaptation in the face of various climate scenarios. JT Lockman, Vice President of Catalysis Adaptation Partners (CAP), will be joining us to present on how his firm consults utilities, local and state agencies in a wide variety of climate change issues, including low lying water treatment plants, transportation upgrades and maintenance, and infrastructure susceptibility. We will look at the cost of doing nothing compared to the cost of a variety of implementation upgrades.
About the presenter: J.T. Lockman, AICP, is Vice President of Environmental Planning at Catalysis Adaptation Partners. He is an expert in municipal codes, town and city management, and in land use and capital improvements planning, with over 25 years of experience. J.T. served as the Planning Director for the Towns of Bar Harbor and Wells, Maine, and as Planning Director of the Southern Maine Regional Planning Commission. Recently JT was appointed to a panel at the National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board, supervising research on extreme weather events and their effects on State Departments of Transportation. He holds a BS in Science and Environmental Education from Cornell University, and a Master’s Degree in Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
About Green Eggs and To Register: Green Eggs is the Chapter’s monthly breakfast forum featuring a speaker and topic relevant to green buildings. Networking and breakfast, featuring a full breakfast – local and creative, will take place from 7:30 – 8:00 followed by a 45 minute presentation and a 15 minute question, answer & discussion period. Attendance is limited and pre-registration with payment is recommended. Attendance is $10 for members and $15 for non-members.