Building Resilience in a Climate-Changed World

As the massive impacts of climate-change bear down on us, we need to develop and rapidly deploy a wide range of strategies to make our coastal, rural and urban communities as physically, economically, ecologically and psychologically resilient as possible. Leading practitioners explore a diverse array of approaches to building resilience. With: Brett KenCairn, Senior Climate and Sustainability Coordinator, City of Boulder, CO; Eriel Deranger (Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation), Executive Director, Indigenous Climate Action; Felicia Marcus, JD, former Chair of the California State Water Resources Control Board. Moderated by Mark Prain, Executive Director, Edmund Hillary Institute of New Zealand.

Manzanita Room

October 19th | 2:45 pm to 4:15 pm



Eriel Deranger
Indigenous Climate Action
Executive Director and Co-Founder
Brett KenCairn
Senior Climate and Sustainability Coordinator
City of Boulder
Mark Prain
Hillary Institute of International Leadership
Felicia Marcus
Former Chair
California State Water Resources Control Board
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