Maryland’s Climate Leadership Academy is offering a one-day workshop for county and municipal elected and appointed officials to discuss the local government challenges, including economic, infrastructure, public safety, and public health, posed by climate change.
The Climate Leadership Academy is a unique state program that offers climate change education and training to state and local officials and other key stakeholders.
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Maryland Climate Leadership Academy Workshop for Elected/Appointed Officials
Date: January 7, 2020 (8:30 am – 5:00 pm)
Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel, 173 Jennifer Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
The State of Maryland is inviting local elected and politically appointed officials to a one-day educational program focused upon climate change that has been designed specifically for these officials in Maryland. This program will provide participants with foundational knowledge around climate change impacts to regional and local economies across Maryland, as well as examine the impacts upon critical infrastructure, security and public health.
The workshop will explore the authorities and tools available for understanding and adapting to various climate implications, as well as participate in a series of facilitated exercises designed to help you consider a variety of planning actions.
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