January 16th, 2024 | 07:00 PT | Online

Defining Resilience with Coastal Communities

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Drawing from the experience of a research group at East Carolina University, the presentation delves into the unique perspectives of various coastal groups and examines their definitions and experiences of coastal resilience in the face of environmental challenges.

Key Components:

  1. Insights from the Field: The webinar offers firsthand accounts and perspectives from diverse coastal communities, providing an in-depth exploration of the challenges and successes they encounter in building resilience.

  2. Research Findings: Participants will gain access to valuable insights that highlight both commonalities and distinct characteristics defining coastal resilience across different communities within North Carolina.

  3. Interactive Discussions: the webinar will seek to foster interactive discussions, encouraging participants to explore the implications of the research findings and contribute their inputs to strategies for fostering resilience.

Audience: This webinar is designed for environmental researchers, community leaders, policy makers, coastal residents, and anyone passionate about environmental resilience.

Agenda (times in CET):

16:00-16:10 Welcome, housekeeping and DCC-CR presentation

16:10-16:30 Samantha Mosier (East Carolina University) – Defining coastal resilience

16:30-16:50 Q&A

16:50-17:00 Wrap up and conclusion

Registration:

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This is an Ocean Decade Endorsed Activity
This is an Ocean Decade Endorsed Activity

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