Clarendon Hill presents at SNEAPA on resilient neighborhoods

Isabel Kaubisch, Principal Planner at Clarendon Hill Consulting presented at SNEAPA in Worcester on October 20, 2016 on "How to create a livable and resilient neighborhood! Lessons learned from Copenhagen, DK." Ms. Kaubisch's presentation explored climate change effects and holistic adaptation solutions to cope with the long-term effects of cloudbursts and more frequent heat days (among other effects) on a city and neighborhood level while at the same time increasing livability.

SNEAPA is the Southern New England American Planning Conference. It is typically held in the Fall and features two days of high quality, hands-on and interactive sessions.

Learn more about the conference and review the sessions here:

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