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Climate Adaptation Strategies for Low to Moderate Income Communities (LA)
October 8, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 2:15 pm
Join CCEDA for the second series of regional training sessions on Climate Adaptation Strategies for Low to Moderate Income (LMI) Communities. Using a community economic development (CED) lens, we will examine adaptive strategies to address climate change in California’s disinvested neighborhoods. The effect of climate change is a “threat multiplier” that exacerbates other issues low wealth communities continue to face, such as housing, transportation, health, food insecurity and public safety. CED practitioners and leaders in the climate industry will come together to foster new collaborations for equitable climate solutions at the community level. We will strengthen the link between climate change and CED by addressing opportunities for community investment, workforce development, financing strategies, policy advocacy and leadership.
Los Angeles Session
When: Tuesday, October 8th, 9:00 AM – 3:15 PM
Where: Boyle Heights Technology YouthSource Center
1600 E 4th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033
Who should attend?
- CED practitioners and organizations seeking to gain a better understanding of climate change and its immediate effects on CED and looking to create partnerships with climate change advocates
- Climate change advocates seeking to examine climate change through a CED perspective and create partnerships with CED practitioners and organizations
- Financial Institutions, Foundations, and other Grantors to learn about opportunities for investment into adaptive climate change strategies
- Individuals and Organizations interested in learning more about climate change as it relates to CED
Attendees will leave with an understanding of:
- The science of climate change and common misconceptions
- Strategies to develop and implement adaptive climate change agendas
- Resources and financing tools available to implement climate change initiatives in LMI neighborhoods
- Structuring (programmatically and financially) local climate adaptation programs and projects
- Economic and community benefits associated with preparing strategies for climate adaptability
- Local and state policies that incentivizes a “green economy”, and CED strategies to tap into it
- Fostering partnerships between CED organizations, climate change advocates and public and private funders
- Differences between climate adaptation, mitigation and resiliency
- Examples of national and regional climate strategies
For more information regarding these sessions, please visit the CCEDA website.
Download the agenda here.
You can also give us a call at 213-625-0105 or email us at email@example.com.