Resilience is the ability to bounce back following a disturbance or interruption. Relative to climate change, resilience involves adapting to the wide range of local and regional impacts that are expected with a warming planet: more intense storms, greater precipitation, flooding, longer and more-severe droughts in some areas, wildfires, melting permafrost, warmer temperatures, and power outages.

But what does does that mean for our communities? How can we adapt? What can we do to slow the change? On Tuesday, May 14 at 7pm at the Pan Pacific Hotel, Alex Wilson will address resilient design in the context of a transition toward sustainability as a guest speaker for the NW EcoBuilding Guild.

Alex will cover a wide range of practical solutions – boosting the energy performance of homes, redesigning communities to function without gasoline, encouraging local food production and maintaining livable conditions during extended power outages. If you buy in advance, tickets are $15 for NWEBG members and students, $20 for the general public. Tickets at the door will be $25.

You can learn more about the event or buy tickets NOW!