Ann Arbor Will Host The Third Great Lakes Adaptation Forum

. August 31, 2018.
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From September 24 to 26, Ann Arbor will host the third Great Lakes Adaptation Forum (GLAF), featuring workshops, presentations and interactive sessions for professionals across many industries involved in climate change adaptation. GLAF is put on by Great Lakes Integrated Sciences and Assessments and the American Society of Adaptation Professionals.

The conference’s agenda reflects its multidisciplinary character, with session track themes covering legal and political issues raised by climate change including financial concerns, innovative technologies for adaptation, and inspirational climate change leadership. This year’s GLAF aims to emphasize questions of equity in climate change adaptation.

Students: $150 | Regular: $275
glisa.umich.edu/GLAF18 | jljorns@umich.edu

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