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Monday, March 6, 2023
8:00am PST

This webinar is the second in a series of three featuring practical experiences in implementing “adaptation pathways (AP),” a much-discussed approach to planning under uncertainty. Intended for practitioners, this webinar dives into the AP playbook to discuss a core feature: the development of “thresholds.” Thresholds show at what point along a pathway a place is no longer resilient due to changing conditions. It identifies when a set of actions must be replaced or supplemented for a community to remain resilient (and change “pathways”).

Our practitioner speakers will share their experience using AP in planning and zero in on how they went about defining resilience thresholds. This conversation will reference the closely linked subject of our third webinar, scheduled for May, which will focus on the development of “triggers,” real time monitoring that can indicate when a shoreline is approaching its threshold of vulnerability and therefore needs to make planning adjustments.

The webinar will feature multiple opportunities to ask questions of speakers and for discussion.

Register for this webinar on Zoom!


March 6, 2023
8:00 am - 9:00 am
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