The American Association for the Advancement of Science’s Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Issues (AAAS EPI Center), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Water (EPA OW), and the White House hosted a webinar in a series that highlights regional examples of green infrastructure and nature-based solutions. In this event, speakers discussed their work across the Northwest to plan and implement unique green infrastructure and nature-based solutions.
The expert panelists shared their unique, regional experiences planning and implementing green infrastructure and nature-based solutions in the Northwest region. Additionally, speakers shared opportunities, challenges, barriers, and lessons learned from the design and planning to implementation to operations and maintenance of green infrastructure and nature-based solutions. This 90-minute event was one in a series of regionally-based webinars, including New England, Mid-Atlantic and Chesapeake Bay, Gulf Coast and Southeast, the Great Lakes, and the Southwest.
This virtual event was recorded and made available to the public, as well as federal and state employees, municipal and county leadership, local water leaders, municipal and county agencies, local practitioners, academic groups, and community advocacy groups and community members.
- Dr. Nic Kinsman, Coastal Resilience Interagency Working Group Co-Lead, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
- John Rozum, NOAA, Digital Coast
- Christina Toms, Ecological Engineer, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board
- Tracy Tackett, PE, Drainage & Wastewater Capital Portfolio Manager, Seattle Public Utilities