Equity in Climate Change Adaptation Planning webinar Aug. 22

A Three-part Webinar for the NAACP’s Our Community, Our Power: Advancing Resistance and Resilience in Climate Change Adaptation

Thursday, August 22nd and 29th at 8:30 pm EST

The Our Communities, Our Power: Advancing Resistance and Resilience in Climate Change Adaptation Action Toolkit is specifically designed for NAACP units and their Environmental and Climate Justice (ECJ) Committees to guide them through the process of establishing an ECJ Committee and developing a climate adaptation plan through a community-driven climate resilience planning process. Join us for a 3-part webinar series that will outline how this toolkit and its strategies can be practiced and maximized in your communities.

Please join us for an introductory webinar, featuring the Our Communities, Our Power: Advancing Resistance and Resilience in Climate Change Adaptation Action Toolkit, hosted by the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program.

Topic: Our Community, Our Power: Advancing Resistance and Resilience in Climate Change Adaptation Three-part Series

Date/Time: Thursday, August 22nd and 29th at 8:30 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada).

Join Zoom Meeting at the link below:

Part 2: https://naacpheadquarters.zoom.us/j/310272600

Part 3: https://naacpheadquarters.zoom.us/j/393523487

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