Coastal places face a series of climate change threats from sea level rise, stronger storms, warmer temperatures and other stressors. Preparing for impacts such as coastal erosion and ecological change requires understanding climate change risks and selecting responses. Yet, planning and making important decisions when facing uncertainty about the future is one of the most difficult management responsibilities. Join this webinar to learn about methodologies and tools currently available and how they are being used to develop adaptation strategies. This webinar will feature presentations from scientists and managers whose organizations are making decisions and moving to action in the face of uncertainty. Hosted by EPA's Watershed Academy.

Speakers:

Michael Craghan, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 

Mike Molnar, Coastal States Organization 

Will Veatch, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 

Amanda Babson, National Park Service 

Duane De Freese, Indian River Lagoon (Fla.) National Estuary Program