Hurricane Harvey has Texas communities thinking hard about rebuilding for long-term resiliency. We need tools to inform decision-making about heat, drought, floods, and storm surge. Over 100 tools specialize in resilience on the Gulf Coast, and they’re designed for many different groups—utilities, government, researchers, etc. How do you sort through all the tools to find the right one for your community’s needs? Gulf TREE is a first-of-its-kind website, developed to help communities find the right resilience tool for them.
Let's make sense of all the tools out there. Join us for this valuable opportunity to dig into online tool-selection using a decision support tree.
When? Wednesday, November 29, 2017
11:30am - 3:30pm
Where? Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, Harte Research Institute Room 127
Please park in the Bayside Parking Garage - we will provide exit tickets at the workshop. Click here to see the map of campus.
Cost? FREE! Lunch also provided.
What should I bring? Your laptop and your creative energy
We welcome analysts, researchers, local officials, planners, and all those interested to learn about and try out this new search engine.
Registration open now! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gulf-tree-workshop-corpus-christi-texas-tic...
AICP Credits Available: Event #9138307 CM | 3.25
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