Training Event Details
MGT 484 Nature Based Solutions for Mitigating Hazards
This 4-hour management-level course aims to highlight nature-based solutions as important and effective tools for mitigating hazards and climate impacts. The course provides planners, government officials, and hazard mitigation professionals information on the types, applications, and benefits of nature-based solutions as well as the common barriers for their use. Beyond an overview of nature-based solutions, the course focuses on the planning and implementation mechanisms that can be leveraged to employ these solutions in practice. This includes planning mechanisms related to land use, hazard mitigation, stormwater management, transportation, open space, and disaster recovery. The course will also highlight important planning considerations for utilizing nature-based solutions, including planning quality, alignment among plans, and equity in nature-based solutions; as well as the public and private funding mechanisms for implementing them.
Course Target Audience:
As a management-level course, this training targets professionals involved in identifying, selecting, planning, and implementing hazard mitigation strategies and projects at the local level. The target audience includes urban planning and hazard mitigation professionals, emergency managers, government officials, engineers, transportation professionals, public utilities, public works, and non-government organizations with an interest in natural solutions to hazards.
1) This is a virtual offering from NDPTC, follow the registration link below.
12/7/2023 through 12/7/2023
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM each day
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