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Wednesday
4
Oct
2017

SAME DAY EVENTS:

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Miami Beach's Aggressive Action Toward Climate Change Adaptation, Part 1

 
Webinar

Planning Information Exchange (PIE) Webinar: Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard
Location:  Online
Time:  2:00 PM - 3:30 PM 
 
HOST
Planning Information Exchange (PIE)

LOCATION
Online - Webinar
October 4, 2017
2:00pm - 3:30pm Central Time

DETAILS
In cooperation with the American Planning Association (APA), the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) presents the October 2017 Planning Information Exchange (PIE) webinar. PIE, is a free quarterly webinar series focusing on tools, best practices, and strategies on the role of hazard mitigation planning and its connections with other community planning and hazard risk reduction initiatives.

A community may have a large number of plans addressing a variety of issues: housing, economic development, parks/open space, land use, emergency response, and hazard mitigation are just some of them. The question is, are all of these plans aligned to accomplish your community’s resiliency goals? Or are they at cross-purposes with each other?

ASFPM Executive Director Chad Berginnis, will moderate as Jaimie Hicks Masterson, associate director of Texas Target Communities, and Phillip Berke, Ph.D, director of the Institute of Sustainable Coastal Communities through Texas A&M University discuss an exciting research project and tools being developed for the practitioner community. The project will spatially evaluate networks of plans to reduce hazard vulnerability. In this webinar they will discuss:
  • The reason local plans are inconsistent and show how local plans are coordinated
  • How to identify incongruities within networks of plans
  • Using the Plan Integration for Resilience (PIRS) process to provide communities developing/updating plans with a guidance framework to reduce future hazard exposure and better align plans and policies
  • Preliminary results of using the PIRS process in Norfolk, VA
CONTINUING EDUCATION
1 CEC for CFMs
1.5 CM for AICPs

COST
Free, but registration is required.

CONTACT
https://www.planning.org/nationalcenters/hazards/planninginformationexchange/

REGISTRATION
Register here
Attached File:  PIRS_PIE_Webinar_FLYER.pdf

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