ULI Climate Series: Zoning for Resiliency
How have new climate predictions impacted zoning for new and retrofitted projects in the City of Boston? Climate change is a growing uncertainty that is affecting how the Boston Planing and Development Agency (BPDA) and current high profile developments are planning for the future. Learn how developers behind Clippership Wharf and GE are working with the City of Boston to rethink zoning requirements that will lead to more resilient projects.
- Nicholas Iselin, General Manager, Boston Development, Lendlease
- Peter F. Cavanaugh, Ecosystem Transformation Leader, GE
- Chris Busch, Sr. Waterfront Planner III, Boston Planning & Development Agency
Moderator: Manikka Bowman, Manager of Policy, ULI Boston/New England
Introduction by: Amy Longsworth, Director, Boston Green Ribbon Commission
The program is the second of a four-part series that is made possible by the support of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, through a grant from the Barr Foundation.
8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:15 AM – 9:30 AM Program