Join the Southern NH Regional Climate Workshop on April 11

Date: Tuesday, April 11 · 8:30 – 11am EDT

Location: in person at Derry Municipal Center 14 Manning Street Derry, NH 03038 or remote via Zoom

Cost: Free

Climate change is resulting in greater intensity and frequency of destructive weather events worldwide. In the Greater Manchester area, the most pressing climate risk is inland flooding due to extreme precipitation. Roadway stream crossings such as culverts and bridges are particularly vulnerable to flooding — and the failure of this critical transportation infrastructure has the potential to negatively impact our region’s economy, ecology, and quality of life.

On April 11, SNHPC is hosting a regional climate workshop that will bring together municipal officials and stakeholders to discuss key opportunities for adapting our roadways in the face of climate change. Join us for a lively discussion with state and national experts, and as well as a preview of potential funding opportunities and new resources in development. We look forward to a collaborative and interactive session that will inspire further climate leadership and action in our region.

We are excited to feature speakers from:

  • Federal Highway Administration
  • UNH Center for Infrastructure Resilience to Climate
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Upper Valley Climate Adaptation Work Group
  • Rockingham Planning Commission

Click here to reserve your spot today!

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