Twin Ports Climate Conversations: Lincoln Park, Duluth - A Neighborhood Equity Approach to Resilience

Twin Ports Climate Conversations: Lincoln Park, Duluth - A Neighborhood Equity Approach to Resilience
9/21/21, 12:00 pm - 9/21/21, 1:00 pm

Registration:

Advance registration is required. This meeting will be recorded. You will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting after registering.

Description:

Lincoln Park neighborhood in Duluth, Minnesota is home to more than 6,000 creative and resilient residents. This is also a place with significant health disparities and some of the lowest life expectancies in the state. Lincoln Park is identified (by Minnesota Pollution Control Agency) as an area of increased concern for environmental justice. This neighborhood can also be a change maker.

Join us this month to hear how Ecolibrium3 is helping to lead that change. The community-based organization will share about their work to address economic, environmental, and health disparities in the neighborhood.

Twin Ports Climate Conversations (TPCC) is a monthly opportunity for community dialogue about questions of climate change. TPCC covers different topics monthly, focusing on perspectives of climate change impacts, adaptation responses, and opportunities for mitigation and resilience. Join the conversation.

Speakers:

Jodi Slick, founder and CEO of Equilibrium3.

Contact:

Madison Rodman, resilience extension educator, Minnesota Sea Grant, mrodman@umn.edu.

Request for accommodation:

We strive to make our events as accessible as possible. If you have questions or would like to request an accommodation, please contact Julie McDonnell through email at julie.mcdonnell@state.mn.us, by telephone at (218) 834-1443 or 888 MINNDNR, or call using your preferred telecommunications relay provider.

Image credit: Alan Rodriguez on Unsplash.