Clarendon Hill presents at the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Conference

Isabel Kaubisch, Principal Planner at Clarendon Hill Consulting participated at a panel discussion at the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Conference on Climate Change as Catalyst for Design Change on Monday, January, 23rd, 2017.

Ms. Kaubisch's presentation, Climate Change Adapted Neighborhood in Copenhagen, explored Climate Change Adaptation strategies including Blue Green Infrastructure on a city and neighborhood level. The panel, moderated by Donna Denio with Team Dynamics Boston was entirely made up from members of the Boston Climate Bridge, a group of professionals that traveled to Copenhagen, DK in June 2016 to learn about climate resiliency measures and how those can be applied to the US. Co-presenters were Gretchen Rabinkin with the BSA Foundation, Ellen Watts with Architerra and Kim Vermeer with Urban Habitat Initiatives.

Learn more about the conference and their program at http://annualconference.newea.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/10/AC1...

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