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Protecting Chatham’s Natural Climate Resilience

 

May 22, 2021

Protecting Chatham’s Natural Climate Resilience

We’ve all heard the dire warnings about the impacts of climate change on Cape Cod: sea level rise, increasing severe storms, more floods, beach and coastline erosion. The list seems to go on and on. But did you know that our natural resources can provide protection from these dangers? The same natural areas that we love for their beauty and serenity may just be one of our best defenses against the ravages of climate change. In this presentation, we explored the ways our local natural resources can be a critical ally in our battle against climate damage. We learned how we can better protect them, build their resilience and help them to help us!

 

Our Panelists:
  • Kristin Andres (Chatham Friends of Trees)
  • Christie Beckley (Monomoy Regional High School)
  • Oonie Burley (Chatham Conservation Foundation)
  • Amanda Davis (Chatham Garden Club)
  • Sarah Griscom (Pleasant Bay Community Boating)
  • DeeDee Holt (Pleasant Bay Alliance)
  • Jeff Mason (Friends of Chatham Waterways)
 
Did you miss the event? No problem! CLICK HERE for the compete recording of all presentations!
And CLICK HERE for the event handout: a list of key facts and more Resources to learn even more!