Join ASAP members from across the country as we meet for our first in-person ASAP Member Meeting! The ASAP Member Meeting will kick off a week of adaptation learning and networking events at the National Adaptation Forum. Our Member Meeting will provide ASAP members a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends in the adaptation practice across the country, network with peers from the public, private and academic sectors, and take a leadership role in shaping and advancing the priorities of the field and our organization. All attendees will receive a Member Handbook and Guide to the National Adaptation Forum, which includes an outline of the ASAP 2020 Vision and a first draft of the ASAP Code of Conduct and Professional Ethics. 

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Date & Time:

May 8 | 2:45- 5:15 pm CT

Location:

Room 10 – Upper Level, RiverCentre Convention Center

175 West Kellogg Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55102

Speakers include leaders from the adaptation field:

  • Steve Adams, Institute for Sustainable Communities, Director of Urban Resilience & ASAP Board President
  • Joyce Coffee, President Climate Resilience Consulting & ASAP Board Member
  • Beth Gibbons, ASAP Managing Director
  • Susi Moser, Suzanne Moser Research & Consulting & ASAP Board Member (rotating off)
  • Jim Murley, Chief Resilience Officer, Miami-Dade County, ASAP Board Treasurer
  • Missy Stults, Gil Peach, Ira Feldman, Lisa Granquist, Emily Wasley… and many more to come!

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Following the ASAP Member Meeting join ASAP and other National Adaptation Forum attendees at the Meeting & Greet Reception and 2017 Adaptation Awards Ceremony sponsored by ASAP.

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17 Responses to “2017 ASAP Member Meeting”

  1. Shannon McNeeley on

    I might need to be in another NAF pre-forum meeting for the CSC tribal liaisons, but I will do my best to come to the ASAP meeting if I am able!

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  2. Shannon McNeeley on

    I might need to be in another NAF pre-forum meeting for the CSC tribal liaisons, but if I can make the ASAP meeting I will!
    Shannon

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  3. Jamelyn Austin Trucks on

    Will you have remote access to the meeting – as I unfortunately have a conflict. I am very interested in getting more involved with the work you are doing. I am a volunteer with the New Orleans Water Collaborative as well as a member of the Atkins Federal Resilience Team – working to strengthen communities.

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  4. Sascha Petersen on

    I’m definitely going to be there for the first in-person ASAP Member meeting. Very excited to see everyone in person and see how I can best continue to support ASAP over the course of the year.

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  5. John Wiener on

    I am also having a meeting Monday 08 May 1 – 5; hope to have mine and then come to the ASAP meeting.
    I would like to ask ASAP for help on a project: At the Forum, we will be working on a priorities list for issues and actions to help accelerate agricultural adaptation, and to improve the flow of information between conventional, alternative and traditional/Indigenous agriculture. All ideas are welcome; ideally in a short description and with a few key references or websites or supporting information.
    THANKS!
    John Wiener — [email protected] P.S. mny website is not accepted by the form. It is
    http://www.colorado.edu/ibs/eb/wiener/

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  6. Kim Lundgren on

    Wish I could join the ASAP meeting, but I will be coming straight from a session at the APA Conference. I will be there on Tuesday night though- just in time for my poster session! See you all in St. Paul!
    Kim

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  7. James (Jim) Fox on

    Looking forward to the meeting. I think there is going to be a lot of conversations next week around the evolving roles of each of our own organizations through Public/Private Partnerships and I see ASAP playing a great role is establishing the professional network for all of us working in this space. Thanks to all for their continued leadership through this important transition phase!

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