Sea level rise poses a major challenge for communities located in the coastal zone of Massachusetts. Understanding the changes that are underway and utilizing a green infrastructure-based approach to adaptation are essential to maximizing the resiliency of natural systems and the built environment.
Come and participate in a discussion led by Senior Climate Services Program Leader Eric Walberg on sea level rise projections and the use of green infrastructure and living shorelines as an alternative to traditional infrastructure solutions.
This informative presentation will be held on Tuesday, November 18, at our headquarters in Plymouth, MA. The event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Eric has worked for many years to improve the integration of urban and environmental planning in both local and regional contexts. Prior to joining Manomet, he was the Administrator of the Physical and Environmental Planning Department of the Hampton Roads Planning District Commission in Chesapeake, Virginia. In that role he focused on climate change adaptation in southeastern Virginia and was responsible for the development of Virginia’s first regional green infrastructure plan. While at Manomet, Eric has led climate change adaptations plans throughout Maine and Massachusetts and currently is leading the Climate Smart Land Network.