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Climate Breakfast Series: Resilience & Adaptation

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May 20, 2020 - 7:30am to 8:45am
Wisconsin Academy Offices • Lobby • Madison
Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - 7:30am to 8:45am


Wisconsin Academy Offices
1922 University Avenue Lobby
53726 Madison , WI

Grab your reusable mug and computer and get ready to connect with fellow climate-concerned citizens! This spring, the Wisconsin Academy is hosting a climate breakfast series focused on key areas for climate action in Wisconsin in 2020. These breakfast conversations are designed to foster discussion and peer learning among experts, practitioners, and climate-concerned citizens regarding local solutions to global environmental challenges.

This year's series builds on discussions and connections kindled at our 2019 climate events, including the Climate Fast Forward conference and the Beyond Sandbags: Resilience in the Face of Extreme Weather roundtable. Our last of four casual breakfast conversations organized around key areas for climate action in Wisconsin in 2020 focuses on Resilience & Adaptation, and will feature Megan Levy, Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation, who will speak about community and energy resilience. Throughout this talk, we provide a (virtual) place and space for community members to build on discussions and connections kindled at our 2019 climate events.

For background on this topic, visit our Climate Fast Forward resources page, where you can view a summative report and other resources covering energy use, as presented at the Climate Fast Forward conference.


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Chelsea Chandler was the director of the Academy's Environmental Initiatives from 2016 to 2020. She led the Climate & Energy and Waters of Wisconsin Initiatives, to which she brought her interdisciplinary experience and passion for researching and communicating solutions to environmental challenges.

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Madison; Megan has spent more than a decade working with building energy efficiency both with the low-income weatherization program and with the Wisconsin State Energy Office (now known as the Wisconsin Office of Energy Innovation).

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