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GC3 Science & Technology Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Elphick
12:50
Chris Elphick, UConn
james O'Donnell
13:10
Jim O'Donnell
Susan Masino
13:13
Susan Masino, Trinity College
David Wagner
13:20
Hi all. David Wagner from UConn.
Laura Bozzi
15:47
Laura Bozzi, Yale Center on Climate Change and Health
Yaprak Onat
16:18
Yaprak Onat, CIRCA
Huan Ngo
18:12
Sorry, my mic was not connected for this session
Laura Bozzi
22:19
https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DEEP/climatechange/GC3/GC3-2022-agendas-and-minutes/GC3-Public-Health-and-Safety-Minutes-103122.pdf
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
29:22
https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Energy/Comprehensive-Energy-Plan/Comprehensive-Energy-Strategy
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
29:53
https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/DEEP/energy/CES/2022CES/Notice-of-Written-Comment-Opportunity--Written-Comment-SummaryRelated-to-Session-4FINAL.pdf
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
30:52
https://portal.ct.gov/DOAG/ADaRC/ADaRC/Grants/Climate-Smart-Agriculture-and-Forestry-Grant
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
37:59
Welcome. We're currently in the discussion section of the meeting. Reviewing Climate Smart Ag. & Forestry.
Chris Elphick
46:12
Does this capture what we're getting at for 1 and 2: Need a clear process for (a) assessing (e.g., via monitoring of predetermined metrics) whether changes in actions lead to reduction of risks, and then (b) adjusting (adapting) actions if it is not.
Diego Cerrai
49:15
We have a lot of results, published in several recent papers, about grid resilience, and the effectiveness of resilience improvements
Susan Masino
51:58
technical or quantitative expertise possibly as a topic
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
54:00
FEMA BRIC program applications now should include incorporate nature-based solutions.
Mark Urban
54:32
I unfortunately need to run to another meeting. I'll catch up with meeting notes later.
Anji Seth
01:00:59
I must leave at 3:30. I want to add to my report on the GC3 Mitigation WG Meeting this week: One more presentation by Adrienne Farrar Houel (Greater Bridgeport Community Enterprises) has led with state and local partners a successful DOE Technical Assistance Award. One of 24 across the country. They are now in the process of writing their Scope of Work including Energy efficiency (reducing energy buden on low income populations), clean energy planning, transport, economic development and workforce development. They are looking now for a Community Engagement Coordinator. Please contact Adrienne <houel@greenteambpt.com>
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
01:10:11
https://portal.ct.gov/connecticutclimateaction/executive-order/deep-climate-resilience-fund
Mark Ashton
01:11:15
I strongly agree with Chris.
Ashley Benitez, Climate Planning CT-DEEP
01:14:23
https://yaleclimateconnections.org/2022/09/connecticut-public-schools-must-now-teach-about-climate-change/