Climate-Resilient Land Use & Housing Policies
Well-planned communities can not only create vibrant, healthy and walkable communities, but planning policies and practices can also create more resilient communities that are able to withstand the growing threats of climate change. Hear from ILG and your local government colleagues about best practices and lessons learned to address climate resilience through local land use and housing policies.
- Erik de Kok, Deputy Director, Planning & Community Development, Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR)
- James Gore, Supervisor, Sonoma County
- Eric Nelson, Planning Commissioner, City of Dana Point
Moderated by Karalee Browne, Assistant Executive Director, Institute for Local Government