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"A network of networks" - GLAF 2016 will bring together practitioners and researchers from across the Great Lakes region of Canada and the United States for 3 days of sharing climate adaptation and resilience solutions and products in an engaged learning program.
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Friday, October 7 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
University of Wisconsin Sea Grant (UWSG): Building a Great Lakes Resilience Community of Practice – Lessons from the Gulf of Mexico Climate Outreach Community of Practice

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This session would use the workgroup format to explore creation of a community of practice (CoP) to address hazards resilience and climate adaptation issues in the Great Lakes region. The CoP would connect scientists, outreach specialists, extension agents, and professional association staff with local and regional government officials to apply resilience and adaptation best practices. The session would explore the structure and benefits of a CoP and learn from the model of the successful Gulf of Mexico Climate Outreach CoP (http://masgc.org/climate-outreach-community-of-practice/summary). The Great Lakes Coastal Storms Program would support travel for a representative from the Gulf CoP to attend the Great Lakes Adaptation Forum and would seek additional travel support to add a community perspective from the Gulf. This would further an exchange where representatives from the Great Lakes attended the 2015 Gulf CoP in St. Pete Beach, FL. The desired outcome of the session would be increased collaboration on hazards resilience and climate adaptation in the Great Lakes region.

Speakers
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Marian Hanisko

Coastal Management Specialist, NOAA Office for Coastal Management
Marian Hanisko (marian.hanisko@noaa.gov) joined the NOAA Coastal Services Center in 2010 as a Coastal Management Specialist with The Baldwin Group.  In this position, she teaches Planning and Facilitating Collaborative Meetings and works with federal, state, and local partners to address community resilience and climate change adaptation planning issues.  Ms. Hanisko has over ten years of experience in coastal management and policy... Read More →
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David Hart

Assistant Director for Extension, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute
David Hart is a Senior Scientist with the University of Wisconsin Aquatic Sciences Center and serves as the Assistant Director for Extension at the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute. His research and outreach occur at the intersection of geographic information science, urban planning, and coastal management.
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Tracie Sempier

Coastal Storms Outreach Coordinator, Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant


Friday October 7, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Great Lakes South, 4th Floor Palmer Commons, 100 Washtenaw Avenue, Ann Arbor

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