Water Too Much — Water Too Little
What You'll Learn
- Learn to Incorporate new approaches for resilient planning.
- Explore ways to integrate climate science in decision making.
- Examine tools and resources for future water management planning.
More Course Details
Water is a central organizing element in a healthy and sustainable built environment, and planning for water is an inherently interdisciplinary activity. Planners play a key role across disciplines and are working collaboratively with water professionals to integrate water needs and challenges into local plans and regulations. Hear an expert panel share experiences integrating climate change science into their decision making and incorporating available tools and resources into that process. Think about creating a framework to integrate these considerations into future planning.
Look holistically at the planning and management of water supply, wastewater, and stormwater systems. Explore ways to reach the goal of providing everyone with the opportunity to have clean, safe, affordable drinking water and wastewater services.