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Designing for a Resilient Future through WEDG® (Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines)
From sea level rise, to complex ecosystems, community dynamics, and regulatory requirements, waterfront design is complex—and we need better tools to help us mitigate risk, as well as prepare for the future and the challenges ahead. Developed by a cross-cutting field of experts, the WEDG® (Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines) tool is helping communities, design professionals, and government agencies manage these complexities, and can be a critical tool in a green infrastructure recovery post-pandemic. In this webinar, we are excited to announce our newest WEDG Verified project and hear how the design and engineering teams used WEDG to tackle different challenges and create exemplary outcomes for the waterfront and community. Join us to learn how to pursue WEDG Verification and earn credentials as a WEDG Professional.

Lead presenter: Sarah Dougherty, Program Manager, Waterfront Alliance
Guest presenters: WEDG Verified Project team (TBA)

This event is co-sponsored by our professional association partners, including:

The American Society of Civil Engineers - Coasts, Oceans, Ports & Rivers Institute
American Planning Association - New York Metro Chapter
American Society of Landscape Architects - New York
American Institute of Architects - New York
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