[This is an in-person event]
Join us on April 9th for our Annual Resiliency Workshop sponsored by the MDPL Center for Resiliency and Sustainability. This year we return to the Miami Beach Golf Course after a 2-year hiatus due to COVID-19.
With an emphasis on solution-based ideas for historic preservation and resiliency, presentations will incorporate multidisciplinary viewpoints with the intent to provide property owners of historic resources with short, medium, and long-term solutions. This event will be hosted at the Miami Beach Golf Club, 2401 Alton Road. The event is free with registration.
This year’s workshop will focus on solutions for private property adaptation as well as financing opportunities to assist property owners in making their structures more resilient.
Featured Speakers (List in progress):
Mark Samuelian, City of Miami Beach Commissioner
Amy Knowles, Chief Resilience Officer, Interim Environment and Sustainability Director, City of Miami Beach
Daniel Ciraldo, Executive Director, Miami Design Preservation League
Aris Papadopoulos, FIU, Distinguished Expert in Resilience, Sea Level Solutions Center; Extreme Events Institute
Rogelio Madan, Chief of Community Planning & Sustainability, City of Miami Beach Planning Department
Special thanks to Laura Weinstein-Berman for helping to organize this program.
About the MDPL CRS: MDPL’s Center for Resiliency and Sustainability launched in 2017 to target education, advocacy, and research between future goals of resiliency and sustainability solutions and historic resources. We believe historic preservation is a critical contributor to stated goals of long-term sustainability and social, economic, and environmental resiliency.
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