2020 RASCL Summit

Bringing Experts and Communities Together

Save the Dates!

December 9-10, 2020

Each year, RASCL hosts an annual Summit that attracts over 200 attendees from nonprofits, local governments, state agencies, private consultants, and community groups. This year, the 4th annual RASCL Summit is going virtual!

This year's theme is "Expect the Unexpected: Planning with Uncertainty". The Summit will highlight best practices, tools, resources, and lessons learned from COVID-19 and Tropical Storm Isaias that inform future planning, responding, and recovering from unexpected events. We hope you will join us to hear about best practices, tools, and resources that can benefit Delaware communities.

This event will take place over Zoom. Registration is required and zoom login information will be sent out the week of the Summit.

Professional development credits will be offered for attending CFM, PE and AICP.

View the 2020 Summit program here

Registration is now open!


 

 

Summit schedule:

Recover Delaware Initiative: Improving Economic Resilience During and After COVID-19

December 9th 10:00-11:30am

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Understanding Social Stressors and How to Factor Them into Community Resilience Planning
December 9th 2:00-3:30pm

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Lessons from the Trenches: Tips for Preparing for the Next Extreme Event

December 10th 2:00-3:30pm
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​​​Thank you to our 2020 Sponsors!

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American Planning Association Delaware Chapter

University of Maryland Environmental Finance Center

Interested in sponsoring RASCL? Opportunities are available and can be viewed here. Please contact Kaitlin Tucker at ktucker@delawareestuary.org with questions or for more information.

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Delaware RASCL

Resilient, sustainable communities are the back bone of a thriving state. The member organizations of  RASCL are committed to working together to provide technical expertise and support to Delaware communities in order to increase their capacity to adapt, mitigate, and respond to environmental changes, including climate change.

Funding to support this website and administration of RASCL is provided by Federal funds under award NA18NOS4190144 from the Delaware Coastal Programs and the Office for Coastal Management (OCM), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the OCM NOAA or the U.S. Department of Commerce

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