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Resilience Playbook Series: The Environmental Case for Housing

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Family playing at a neighborhood park.
Image by Flickr user Karl Nielsen/Greenbelt Alliance

Housing policy is climate policy, and in this first program of their Resilience Playbook series, Greenbelt Alliance makes the environmental case for housing, connecting the dots between infill housing, transit-oriented development and future climate risks. Based on the concepts, research and policies featured in the recently launched Resilience Playbook, join us to learn how cities can accommodate more housing while also conserving valuable lands that provide ecosystem services and the resources we need to adapt to climate change.

+ Amanda Brown-Stevens / Greenbelt Alliance
+ Dr. Karen Chapple / University of Toronto School of Cities


Presented by Greenbelt Alliance.


Location

SPUR Digital Discourse
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Admission

Free to the public.

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