State Vulnerability Assessment Framework Working Group Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
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David Barkin - Co-Chair, DAS
Kevin Grigg from Fuss & O'Neill; working group member.
David Murphy, Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)
Matt Fulda - MetroCOG
David Ruiz from DAS-Bureau of Information Technology Solutions. Working Group Member
Lori Mathieu, DPH Environmental Health & Drinking Water
John Truscinski - CT Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation (CIRCA)
Robert LaFrance, Audubon
Brenda.firstname.lastname@example.org Dept of Emergency Services and Public Protection/Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
Christine Hahn, DPH, Environmental Health & Drinking Water Branch
remember "sensitivity, exposure and adaptive capacity". You will see it again ---and John is highlighting now
@John, just to confirm, I would love to incorporate the CCVI into the final version of the survey. I think it will be helpful for agencies to understand how their specific assets will be impacted
@Natasha, no problem. We're happy to provide assistance. We have the CCVI completed in Fairfield and New Haven Counties currently and will have it for the entire state sometime in 2022.
Additional suggestions for tools like those highlighted by Brenda are welcome as you review the survey
Dolmon, Natasha <OPMDAPA.Intern5@ct.gov>
Will the CIRCA map data be included as layers in the Environmental Justice Map being developed at CT DEEP?
Will the survey and assessments be usable to apply for federal funding?
Denise there is a Drinking Water Vulnerability & Resiliency Plan created by DPH working with CIRCA, Dave or John can share the link to that plan which includes a review of all public water systems in the 4 southern counties.
I can confirm that the CCVI, SVI, and EJ layers have significant linkage and there will be connections