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Introducing Green Infrastructure for Coastal Resilience
The University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Prgram hosted NOAA's, Introducing Green Infrastructure for Coastal Resilience training.
“Green Infrastructure” incorporates the natural environment and constructed systems that mimic natural processes in an integrated network that benefits nature and people.
- Participants recognize green infrastructure terms and concepts
- Participants understand the ecological, economic, and societal benefits of green infrastructure
- Participants understand the wide variety of contexts and scales of approaches referred to as “green infrastructure”
- Participants identify new or existing planning processes suitable for integrating green infrastructure concepts and techniques
- Participants identify local green infrastructure activities and experts with additional information and resources
To view the day's agenda, click HERE.
To view the presentations, click on the speaker's name below:
- John Rozum, NOAA Office for Coastal Management
- Emma Yuen, Division of Forestry and Wildlife, DLNR
- Jolie Wanger, Smart Trees Pacific & Earthwise Consulting
- Todd Cullison, Hui o Ko‘olaupoko
- Lauren Roth Venu, Roth Ecological Design International, LLC
- Randall Wakumoto, Storm Water Quality Branch, City & County of Honolulu Department of Facilities Maintenance
For additional green infrastructure resources, please visit Hawai'i Sea Grant's project webpages.
Contact, Matthew Gonser, AICP