CLEO advises working group from Hawaii on climate issues
On Monday, September 30, Caroline Lewis, CLEO’s Founder and Senior Climate Adviser, spoke to a group of working professionals from Hawaii on the topics of climate adaptation, mitigation, and mobilization. The group include city and state planners from Hawaii, as well as scientists from the University of Hawaii.
Caroline introduced the group to The CLEO Institute and highlighted our strategies in addressing climate issues and improving resilience in coastal cities.
Sixteen people were in attendance.
The CLEO Institute would like to thank Katie Hagemann, Resilience Program Manager for Miami-Dade COunty, for inviting us to speak at this event.