NJ Online Training | Building Resilience and Planning for an Uncertain Future: New Jersey Small Water Systems Training
Building Resilience and Planning for an Uncertain Future: New Jersey Small Water Systems Training
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Description: Small water utilities across the country are recognizing the need to build resilience in the face of an uncertain future. In this webinar for New Jersey small water systems, participants will learn best practices for understanding climate risks, assessing vulnerabilities, prioritizing assets, planning for impacts, and funding resilience projects.
Hosted by the Syracuse University and University of Maryland Environmental Finance Centers, the session will feature presentations by Chris Sturm, New Jersey Future, David Zimmer, New Jersey Infrastructure Bank, and Andy Kricun, Moonshot Missions.
Presenters will share strategies for small systems to integrate projected flooding and other climate risk into decision-making. They will discuss how small systems can make smart, cost-effective infrastructure investments to prepare for climate impacts and achieve long-term financial health. The session will also feature a discussion of the federal bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and its possible impacts on small systems in New Jersey.
Who Should Attend:
Managers, owners, and operators of small water systems in New Jersey serving less than 10,000 people, including local government systems and tribal systems, as well as all other types of water systems, such as homeowners associations, mobile home parks, resorts/campgrounds, prisons, and schools.
If you require a certificate: Each viewer must register and attend individually and participate for the entire duration of the workshop. We cannot provide certificates to individuals watching the webinar as a group.