Events Calendar
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This searchable calendar lists coastal management-related events in the default order of current, upcoming, unscheduled, and on-going; past events may be viewed by selecting the ‘Include Past Events’ option.  An event can be searched by keyword, date, type of event, location, category, audience, or partners involved.  If you have any questions or comments please don’t hesitate to e-mail us.

Upcoming Events 1 to 8 of 8, Sorted by Event Date:
JULY, 2011
  • Engaging Stakeholders in Coastal Management through Participatory Mapping
    Webinar, Statewide: All States [Online, 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (eastern)], July 27, 2011
    Category(s): GIS/Maps
    This webinar will examine the role of participatory mapping as a technique for engaging stakeholders in decision-making. Presenters: Christine Feinholz, NOAA Pacific Services Center; Chrissa Waite, NOAA Coastal Services Center. 2:00-3:00pm (eastern).
AUGUST, 2011
  • Using Benthic Habitat Data for Ecosystem-Based Management
    Webinar, Statewide: All States [Online, 2:00-3:00pm (eastern)], August 03, 2011
    Category(s): GIS/Maps, Estuarine Management, Coastal Management
    This webinar will present a case study demonstrating the use of nearshore benthic habitat maps to develop subtidal and intertidal habitat goals for California's Humboldt Bay and Eel River Estuary.
  • Community Resilience, Part I: Assessing Vulnerabilities Using the Roadmap for Adapting to Coastal Risk
    Webinar, Statewide: All States [Online, 2:00-3:00pm (eastern)], September 07, 2011
    Category(s): Coastal Management, Coastal Hazards & Hurricanes, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise
    Looking for a participatory approach to assessing community risk and vulnerabilities to hazards and climate change? Need to know which types of data and information can be helpful in characterizing your hazards story? Then sign up for this webinar.
  • The Practice and Principles of Form Based Codes
    Webinar, Region: BCD [BCD COG Main Conference Room], January 31, 2014
    Category(s): Coastal Management
    Across the country municipalities seeking to reshape dysfunctional auto-oriented development continue to replace conventional zoning codes with new codes that primarily regulate form and only secondarily regulate use.
  • Planning out of the Box and Keeping your Plan off of the Shelf
    Webinar, Region: BCD [BCD COG Main Conference Room], February 28, 2014
    Category(s): Low Impact Development, Coastal Management
    This session focuses on examples of two engaging, community-based plans now being implemented to achieve active, vibrant environments in an existing downtown (Burlington, VT) and a new TOD neighborhood (Santa Monica, CA).
APRIL, 2014
  • Promoting Active Communities Through Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning
    Webinar, Statewide: Statewide [Webinar], April 04, 2014
    Category(s): Transportation Planning, Community Development Issues
    BCDCOG will broadcast an APA webinar on the topic of “Promoting Active Communities Through Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning”. April 4th from1:00-2:30pm; continuing education credits offered. For more information contact Kathryn Basha,
  • Protecting and Cleaning Your Community’s Watershed - Webinar
    Webinar, County: Beaufort [Online webinar], October 14, 2014
    Category(s): Watershed Management, Water Quality, Non-point Source Pollution
    Please join us on Oct. 14 at 3pm ET for Get Your Feet Wet: Protecting and Cleaning Your Community’s Watershed, the first of three webinars launching this fall. This informative webinar will dive into watersheds and waterway cleanups. Register online.
  • Risky Business: The Economic Risks of Climate Change in the United States - Webinar
    Webinar, Statewide: All States [Online webinar], October 17, 2014
    Category(s): Economics, Climate Change/Sea Level Rise, Climate Adaptation
    Please join the Southeast & Caribbean/Gulf of Mexico Climate Communities of Practice for a look at the potential economic consequences of climate change for the Southeast region as identified in Risky Business: The Economic Risks of Climate Change; 2pm.