Lessons in Resilience from Florida Counties

Route Fifty offers a webinar on resilience featuring speakers from State and local governments in a state that faces frequent natural disasters.

Route Fifty, a national source of government news offers a free webinar on resilience with speakers targeted for local government listeners.

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From Route Fifty:

State and local governments across the country are increasingly facing challenges building communities resilient to the physical, social and economic changes taking shape both regionally and nationally.

Tune in on April 9 as Route Fifty joins Florida’s state and local government experts to explore how communities are working to enhance their capacity to adapt and grow no matter what kinds of chronic stresses and acute shocks they experience.

From climate change to immigration to infrastructure, we’ll examine the pressures governments face and share how to minimize their impacts.

Speakers include:


  • KATHERINE HAGEMANN, Resilience Program Manager for Adaption, Miami-Dade County
  • HARDEEP ANAND, Deputy Director, Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department
  • GREG WEST, President and Chief Executive Officer, ZOM Living and Chair, ULI Southeast Florida and Caribbean District Council

For more information, register for Route Fifty’s online event: Building a Resilient Community in a Changing World.