On October 10, 2019 from 1:15 – 2:45 PM (EDT) join professionals and city leaders, authors of the recent report: Playbook 1.0: How Cities are Paying for Climate Resilience to explore strategies that reflect leading edge climate financing practices and discuss what these mean for other cities and the evolution of climate-resilience finance. This webinar will also explore how to decide what to pay for in terms of resilience, and how governments will access and generate necessary revenue.

Panelists for the webinar include:

  • Joyce Coffee, LEED AP, is founder and President of Climate Resilience Consulting, a Certified B Corp. Joyce has over 25 years of domestic and international experience implementing resilience and sustainability strategies, management systems, performance measurement, partnerships, benchmarking and reporting.
  • John Cleveland is the author of Life After Carbon, and President and a founder of the Innovation Network for Communities, a new national non-profit whose mission is to develop and spread scalable innovations that transform the performance of community systems.
  • Andrew Salkin joined 100 Resilient Cities from New York City’s Department of Finance, where he was the Deputy Commissioner of Operations, managing more than 800 people and responsible for collecting $30 billion annually through real estate and business and excise taxes.

Register for the webinar here.