Adaptation Co-Creation Webinar Series
The space where innovation and climate resilience meet
ASAP is hosting a year long webinar program highlighting how partnerships lead to innovative adaptation action across the United States. The ASAP Board of Directors is spearheading this new initiative, with leadership from Jennifer Jurado (Broward County), Jessica Grannis (Audubon), and Emily Wasley (WSP).
The Adaptation Co-Creation Series highlights innovation through examples of on-the-ground practice in adaptation through a variety of sectors and regions. The webinar series showcases private service providers and their contribution through partnerships with a diversity of collaborators to advance the adaptation field and embody innovation and excellence in practice.
The eighth installment in ASAP’s Adaptation Co-Creation Webinar Series highlighted private service providers and their contribution through partnerships with a diversity of collaborators to advance the adaptation field and embody innovation and excellence in practice.
- Kavita Heyns, Portland Water Bureau, and the Chair of the Water Utility Climate Alliance
- Julie Vano, Research Director, Aspen Global Change Institute
- Emily Wasley, Practice Leader, WSP’s Sustainability, Energy and Climate Change team and President of ASAP’s Board of Directors
- Kari Davis, Technical Director, Alliance for Global Water Adaptation
Climate change poses a risk to water utilities’ business and service delivery. During the 8th Installation of the Co-Creation Series experts from Water Utility Climate Alliance (WUCA), Denver Water, WSP, Aspen Global Change Institute (AGCI), and Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA) shared the frameworks the water industry is using to assess risk, conduct resilience assessments, and plan for, implement, and monitor adaptation strategies.
Access the presenters' slides from this session here.
View recording of this webinar and all our Co-Creation Series Sessions on ASAP's YouTube Channel.