Session 6: Louisiana & Alaska: Turning Crisis into Resiliency through Intensive Community Collaboration | U.S. Green Building Council
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Building Resilience Workshop VI
Session 6: Louisiana & Alaska: Turning Crisis into Resiliency through Intensive Community Collaboration

GBCI: 0920003396

Learn about the relationship between Louisiana and Alaska driven by environmental disaster.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
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About

As we approach the fifth anniversary of the BP Oil Spill, members of “oiled” Louisiana communities who were mentored by Alaskan “oiled” communities assess how their association and visits that built close relationships helped Louisiana communities cope, recover, and commit to enhancing oil exploration safety.

Objectives

  1. Discover lessons learned from oil disasters and how to use these lessons to prevent future disasters.
  2. Analyze how big industry can use the lessons learned from oil spills to prevent future disasters.
  3. Understand how to build relationships with resilience partners to formulate tactics to bounce back quicker and stronger.
  4. Be able to advocate for better disaster planning.

Series

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

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USGBC Louisiana


Leaders

Mayor Tim Kerner
May Nguyen
Linda Robinson

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