Author: Katherine Lund

Resilient Connecticut Summit – November 12, 2019

RESILIENT CONNECTICUT CLIMATE ADAPTATION SUMMIT Tuesday, November 12, 2019 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Located at Fairfield University PROGRAM and EVENT MATERIALS   At CIRCA’s first annual Resilient Connecticut Summit, Commissioner Katie Dykes from Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection provided a welcome and Shaun O’Rourke, Rhode Island Chief Resiliency Officer gave a keynote […]

Connecticut’s climate report: precipitation projections and a New Haven case study

Resilient Connecticut Webinar Series Connecticut’s climate report: precipitation projections and a New Haven case study Friday, September 27, 2019 12:00 – 1:00 pm Planning for adaptation requires localized information about expected changes in climate. Until recently, the spatial scale of climate projections did not allow for detailed regional analysis. While national and international climate assessments […]

Products Available – May 22 Resilient Connecticut Workshop

  Workshop summary_May 22, 2019 CIRCA hosted an event, Resilient Connecticut Workshop: Developing a Planning Framework for New Haven and Fairfield Counties on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at the UConn Stamford Campus.  Final Agenda At this workshop, invited participants: 1) learned about the new Resilient Connecticut project; 2) heard case studies on resilience planning and […]

May 28, 2019 – Resilient Development Webinar

Resilient Connecticut Webinar in partnership with the CEDAS Academy: Addressing Climate Change Through Resilient Development Watch a Recording of the Webinar   CIRCA partnered with the Connecticut Economic Development Association (CEDAS) to host a webinar on May 28, 2019 focused on topics related to the Resilient Connecticut Project. As communities across the state begin planning […]

April 30, 2019 Resilient Connecticut Webinar – materials posted online

On April 30, 2019 CIRCA staff gave an overview of the new Resilient Connecticut project and its focus on New Haven and Fairfield Counties.  The importance of this work was introduced with a description of the latest climate projections for Connecticut’s sea level rise, temperature, and precipitation followed by a description of how Resilient Connecticut […]