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Resilient Places: A Systems Approach (Climate Conversation #3) - Shared screen with speaker view
Shannon McLachlan
14:07
Hi all. Shannon McLachlan, FEMA community planner. Knowing your risks and knowing your resources/assets.
Ben Eckstein
14:08
Hi! Ben Eckstein, Intern at SHV
Kelly Pflicke - FEMA R2
14:18
Hi everyone, Kelly Pflicke, Resiliency Specialist at FEMA Region II.
John Wackman
14:47
John Wackman, here in Kingston, working on ways to repair our world
Mark Varian
14:51
Hi! Mark Varian New Paltz Climate Action Coalition
Lucy Galbraith
15:13
hi all, Lucy Galbraith, Director, TOD, Metro Transit, Twin Cities
MJ Wilson
15:14
Good Afternoon All - MJ Wilson, FEMA Region 2, Mitigation Program Manager
Joseph Phelan
15:37
Joe Phelan - SHV Senior Fellow and recently-retired Rhinebeck School Disrict Superintendent of Schools
Susan Sie
15:47
Sue Sie with Backyard to Table, Lifeboats HV and the Morton Seed Library
Cathy Bobenhausen
15:53
Hi everyone, Cathy Bobenhausen, Village of Dobbs Ferry NY Sustainability Task Force
Dave Conover
15:57
Dave Conover, Program Coordinator, Sustainable Hudson Valley
Andrew Willner
20:07
sorry I am late
Melissa Everett
20:18
Take risks together and help each other succeed
Lucy Galbraith
20:39
create shared outdoor spaces and good walkability
MJ Wilson
20:53
Have regular, inclusive community events & celebrations
Andrew Willner
21:01
Even though the public is invited to attend zoning, planning, and economic development commissions no one does.
Kelly Pflicke - FEMA R2
21:03
Invest in it's institutions (e.g. public libraries).
John Wackman
21:14
How can a community "deal with" bottom-line developers?
Shannon McLachlan
21:20
Know your vulnerable neighbors and check in on them.
Lucy Galbraith
21:22
Yes, Open Streets, Better Block, all help create community!
Andrew Willner
21:52
during Covid we started a neighborhood email chain for mutual assistance
Lucy Galbraith
22:30
Allow virtual participation in all public hearings, so more people can contribute
John Wackman
22:41
All of this builds "social infrastructure"
Andrew Willner
23:20
The Farmers market in Rosendale was our only social contact during covid
Lucy Galbraith
23:40
At least during COVID, lots more people Zoom in than ever attended planning meetings.
Leola Specht
26:23
annual CRO-ing, love it!
Melissa Everett
26:27
Pick up Repair Revolution by John Wackman and Elizabeth Knight - just published New World Library - bookshop.org
John Wackman
28:40
Wow!
Shannon McLachlan
31:05
Great analogy!
Andrew Willner
31:39
"Spirit of place symbolizes the living ecological relationship between a particular location and the persons who have derived from it and added to it the various aspects of their humanness. The reason we are now desecrating nature is not because we use it to our ends, but because we commonly manipulate it without respect for the spirit of place." - Rene Dubos
John Wackman
33:52
How about the story of Rosendale...cut off from its river by flood control (Army Corps) in the sixties or seventies. Andrew--you know more about this
Andrew Willner
34:33
And some property owners are preventing public access to the creek.
Ben Eckstein
34:34
Binghamton is in the midst of trying to create a sense of place. To mixed success.
John Wackman
35:19
Hoboken!!!
Lucy Galbraith
37:03
Great examples!
John Wackman
38:52
sex and infrastructure in the same sentence!
Melissa Everett
43:59
Parkville is Hartford’s poorest neighborhood and the micro-grid powers the market, a gas station, and I think some housing.
John Wackman
44:47
"cobbling" is a good thing, right?
John Wackman
45:25
and the cost of doing nothing
Andrew Willner
47:04
The Chicago Honey Cooperative, remarkable use of old industrial sites
Kelly Pflicke - FEMA R2
52:15
Such a good illustration/point.
John Wackman
01:02:15
The EPA (yes, the EPA!) is getting more & more involved in sustainable resource management--with particular focus on disaster recovery
John Wackman
01:03:23
"Twenty-first century libraries" see themselves as sustainability leaders for their communities
Cathy Bobenhausen
01:04:20
thank you for sharing all of this evidence of success! have to hop off. Thanks!!!
Andrew Willner
01:06:15
Chambers of commerce are non profit organizations and can move faster than government. sometimes need to make illogical partnerships
Melissa Everett
01:06:41
There are fantastic well organized strategic Chambers - Saugerties comes to mind.
Andrew Willner
01:07:24
I hope this is being recorded
Melissa Everett
01:07:51
It is.
MJ Wilson
01:09:57
Sorry folks, I have to drop. It was good to see some familiar names/faces. Thank you for the great information and thoughtful engagement. I look forward to continued conversations.
Melissa Everett
01:10:11
We’ll wrap in 5 minutes. Thanks to all.
John Wackman
01:16:36
Thank you!
Ella Rosenkranz
01:16:37
Thank you!
Susan Sie
01:16:38
thank you so much!