Throwe Environmental Project Partner Kyle Gray was featured in the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) 2021 Spring Meeting and Exhibit on the June 9th session, titled “Social/Ecological System Resiliency— What Does It Mean For Water Resource Facilities.” Kyle’s presentation, titled “No Resilience Without Social Resilience: Highlighting and Expanding on Environmental Justice in the SNEP Climate Leadership Exchange,” highlighted Throwe Environmental’s experiences in the SNEP Network/Wareham Climate Leadership Exchange and outlined a vision for the Exchange moving forward.
No Resilience Without Social Resilience: Highlighting and Expanding on Environmental Justice in the SNEP Climate Leadership Exchange
Wednesday, June 9th, 12:00 PM – 2:30PM PM EST
Watch the presentation here: https://youtu.be/CtPp4uTKzvQ
As the call for climate resilience grows in prominence in communities across the country, it’s imperative that this conversation includes genuine components of social resilience and environmental justice. The SNEP Network’s Climate Leadership Exchange has highlighted national communities that have embraced diversity, equity, and inclusion in support of resiliency. As the Leadership Exchange continues and evolves, social resilience and environmental justice will play an increasingly critical role in these discussions.
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