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Connecticut Climate Adaptation Academy

Connecticut Sea Grant

Municipalities need information and tools to develop climate action and resiliency plans and to act on those plans. Connecticut Sea Grant and the UConn Center for Land use Education and Research (CLEAR) are partnering with researchers, consultants and other professionals to work with municipalities and relevant professionals on climate resiliency through the Climate Adaptation Academy (CAA). CAA is a one-day session on topics relevant to municipal commission members (Planning and Zoning, Inland Wetlands, Conservation), municipal officials, coastal engineers and other interested professionals. Experts on various topics are brought in to speak and have an interchange with the audience so as to best address their questions and concerns.

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