Session 3: Working Together: Government Resilience Among Coastal Parishes | U.S. Green Building Council
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Building Resilience Workshop VI
Session 3: Working Together: Government Resilience Among Coastal Parishes

GBCI: 0920003393

Panel featuring officials from three different parishes discuss resiliency plans.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
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About

This panel features officials from Orleans, St. Bernard, and Jefferson parishes to discuss how they, ten years after Hurricane Katrina, have strengthened their resilience not only within their own emergency and disaster mitigation management plans, but also have provided partnership to each other.

Objectives

  1. Understand the different approaches neighboring parishes take in emergency preparedness and hazard mitigation.
  2. Learn how to enable dialog between parishes to create better coordination and communication.
  3. Understand lessons learned over the past decade of rebuilding since Hurricane Katrina.
  4. Be able to analyze the relationship between government agencies, the private an non-profit sectors preparations for the next disaster.

Series

This course is a part of the following series:
Building Resilience Workshop VI

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USGBC Louisiana


Leaders

Nick Cali
Michelle Gonzales
Dev Jani

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