About the conversation
Local Climate Action Planning is a book co-authored by Michael R. Boswell, Adrienne I. Greve and Tammy L. Seale, published in 2011 by Island Press. “This is the first book designed to help planners, municipal staff and officials, citizens and others working at local levels to develop Climate Action Plans. CAPs are strategic plans that establish policies and programs for mitigating a community’s greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions.” — Amazon.com
The three authors will begin with an informal talk about their work, followed by a conversation with Elizabeth Lowham and Q&A with the audience.
Extras from the event
About the speakers
Michael R. Boswell, Professor, City and Regional Planning Department
Dr. Boswell’s areas of research include environmental and natural resource planning, climate action planning, natural hazard mitigation, planning theory and collaborative planning.
Adrienne I. Greve, Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning Department
Dr. Greve’s areas of research include planning for climate change, urban streams, and urban ecology.
Tammy L. Seale, Sustainability and Climate Change Services Manager at PMC
PMC is a municipal services consulting firm based in California.
Elizabeth Lowham, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department and Director of Master of Public Policy (MPP)
Dr. Lowham’s research focuses on leadership and collaboration.