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WEBINAR: Climate Resilience Includes Health: Planning in Native American Communities

FRIDAY APRIL 22
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
CM|1.5 & SR|1.0 APPROVED (#9232278) 
HOSTED BY: APA SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES DIVISION

What is the relationship of health to climate resilience? How can planners positively address public health through planning processes? This course will introduce planners to public health as a topic important to planning outcomes, and take a special look at that topic through the lens of Native American communities and the unique characteristics and challenges they represent. Sharon Hausam Ph.D. Climate Adaptation Planner & Research Scientist for the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center, will moderate this session. Shasta Gaughen, Ph.D., Environmental Director and the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Pala Band of Mission Indians, and Angie Hacker, Principal Consultant and CEO of Prosper Sustainably, will instruct attendees on this timely topic, sharing facts, issues, planning solutions and case studies.

Following the conclusion of the live session, the recording will continue to be available for on-demand credit through 2022 and will fulfill the new targeted Sustainability and Resilience credit requirement. To learn more about the new CM requirements, click here.

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