Events
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July 13, 2022

Northeast Florida Regional Conservation Efforts

This is the fourth webinar of the “Let’s Talk About Resilience” webinar series presented in partnership with the GTM Research Reserve, the Northeast Florida Regional Council, and ADAPT from Jacksonville Today and WJCT Public Media. The goal of this series is to share local and regional resiliency efforts with local stakeholders. This webinar’s theme was “Northeast Florida Regional Conservation Efforts”

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June 3, 2022

Undercurrents: Cultures of Climate Change

On June 2nd, ADAPT partnered with Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum for “Undercurrents: Cultures of Climate Change,” an in-person panel discussion on climate change, how it’s impacting cultural resources in the city of St. Augustine, what’s being done about it and how artists can use their work to both spread awareness about climate change and call for action.

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April 4, 2022

The Northeast Florida Focus Area of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ South Atlantic Coastal Study

This is the third webinar of the “Let’s Talk About Resilience” webinar series presented in partnership with the GTM Research Reserve, the Northeast Florida Regional Council and ADAPT from Jacksonville Today and WJCT Public Media. The goal of this series is to share local and regional resiliency efforts with local stakeholders. This webinar’s theme was “The Northeast Florida Focus Area

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February 15, 2022

Building Flood Resilience Into Urban Systems

This is the second installment of the “Let’s Talk About Resilience” webinar series presented in partnership with the GTM Research Reserve, the Northeast Florida Regional Council and ADAPT from Jacksonville Today and WJCT Public Media.

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November 30, 2021

Site-Scale Green Infrastructure Solutions For Shoreline Management

This is the first event of the “Let’s Talk About Resilience” webinar series presented in partnership with the GTM Research Reserve, the Northeast Florida Regional Council and ADAPT from Jacksonville Today and WJCT Public Media.

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November 1, 2021

ADAPT: The State of the St. Johns River

Following the release on October 15 of the 14th annual State of the St. Johns River report, WJCT Public Media held this virtual panel discussion allowing officials in various capacities to react to the report and reflect on how actions taken now could affect the river’s future health.

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August 26, 2021

Climate Change & National Security in Northeast Florida

On August 24, WJCT Public Media and the American Security Project hosted an in-person and on-line discussion on how rising sea levels, more frequent and powerful hurricanes, and increasing temperatures in Florida all threaten the training and readiness of forces stationed in Jacksonville.

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April 20, 2021

ADAPT: Using Parks & Green Space In The Fight Against Climate Change

On April 20th, WJCT Public Media hosted a virtual panel discussion on the varied roles that parks and green space can play in the fight against climate change (storing carbon, reducing urban temperatures, mitigating flooding) and what you can do to help.

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February 3, 2021

ADAPT: Will A New Administration Change Florida’s Climate Future?

On January 28th, WJCT hosted a virtual panel discussion on what a new year, a new Congress, and a new presidential administration could mean for climate policy in Northeast Florida and beyond.

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October 22, 2020

ADAPT: The State of the St. Johns River

Following the release on October 15 of the 14th annual State of the St. Johns River report, WJCT Public Media held this virtual panel discussion allowing officials in various capacities to react to the report and reflect on how actions taken now could affect the river’s future health.

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