Creating Flood Resilient Communities: The Value of Wetlands and Natural Heritage

The purpose of this seminar is to engage concerned citizens, municipal leaders and staff in the role that wetlands and natural heritage play in flood mitigation.

It is hoped that understanding the fiscal repercussions to local governments will promote the preservation of natural heritage systems and floodplains. Further, recognizing the role the conservation authorities and environmental agencies have in this preservation will helpfully underscore the importance of investment and support to said agencies.

 

Keynote Speaker:

Natalia Moudrak, Director of the Infrastructure Adaptation Program, Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation

 

Natalia has experience in sustainability strategy, operationalization, reporting and business case development across a wide range of industry sectors and client organizations. Prior to joining the Intact Centre, Natalia worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada, Risk Assurance Services. Natalia holds a B.A in Economics and a M.A. in Urban Planning from the University of Waterloo. Natalia is a subject matter expert on the International Organization for Standardization (ISO Technical Committee 224 for stormwater management).

 

Additional Speakers:

Rob Baldwin, Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority

Peter Alm,  Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

 

WHEN

November 27, 2017 at 11:30am - 1:30pm

WHERE

Simcoe County Museum
1151 Hwy 26
Springwater, ON L0L 1Y2
Canada
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CONTACT

Margaret ·

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